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subatomic or minute speck of matter

See Also: Nanoparticle, Airborne Particle, Particle Accelerator, Particle Counters, Particle Detection


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  • Liquid Particle Counter

    UltraChem® 40 - Particle Measuring Systems

    Sensitivity range: 40 - 125 nm. The UltraChem 40 Liquid Particle Counter gives you reliable contamination monitoring with the ability to detect the smallest particle possible. If your application requires measuring small particles in chemicals with high molecular scatter, the UltraChem Liquid Particle Counter is the best tool for the job.

  • Aerosol Particle Counter

    Lasair® III - Particle Measuring Systems

    Sensitivity range: 0.3 - 25.0 m. The Lasair III Particle Counter sets the standard for portable aerosol particle counters and meets the requirements of ISO 14644-1:2015 and ISO 21501-4. The Lasair III Aerosol Particle Counter is designed for cleanroom work with your unique needs in mind. It sets the standard for portable aerosol particle counters in highly regulated environments, so you can make sure your environment is clean.

  • Particle Size Analysis

    Shimadzu Corp.

    Particle Size Analysis

  • Particle Deposition Systems

    2300-1 and 2300-2 - MSP Corporation

    2300-1 and 2300-2 Particle Deposition Systems (PDS™) are the latest, most advanced particle deposition tools from MSP for creating polystyrene latex (PSL) sphere size standards needed to calibrate KLA-Tencor, Applied Materials, TopCon, Hitachi and other wafer surface inspection systems. The new NPT (Nano Particle Technology) tools provide:True 20nm deposition capabilityUp to 12 different PSL sphere sizes and up to 50 different spots of particles in a single recipe±2% particle size accuracy for particles >50nm and ±1.0nm for particles < 50nmFull deposition and pattern deposition (spot, arc, and ring) while retaining all the desirable features of the popular 2300 tools:Differential mobility analyzer (DMA) technology for accurate particle sizing and size classificationAutomated NIST traceable calibration routineRecipe controlDeposition of Process Particles (Si, SiO2, Al2O3, TiO2, Si3N4, Ti, W, Ta, Cu, etc.) as well as PSL spheresThe 2300N-PT1 requires manual wafer loading while the 2300-NPT2 has automated wafer handling including dual FOUP load ports and an ISO Class 1 mini-environment. Bridge tool options for handling 200 and 300mm wafers are available. Please contact factory for more details.

  • Particle Size Analyzers

    Mastersizer Range - Malvern Panalytical Ltd

    The Mastersizer range of laser diffraction particle size analyzers set the standard for delivering rapid, accurate particle size distributions for both wet and dry dispersions. From assessing product uniformity and solubility, through to optimising packing density to improve final product performance and controlling powder flowability to increase manufacturing efficiency, particle size analysis is critical to understanding and controlling a wide range of properties. The Mastersizer range, with its intuitive software and industry-leading design and ergonomics, enables users to make these particle sizing measurements fast and routine.

  • Ultrafine Particle Monitor

    Model 651 - Teledyne Advanced Pollution Instrumentation

    Ultrafine particle (those less than 100nm, or 0.1µm in size) are produced through combustion activities and are persistent in all ambient air. Concentrations of these tiny particle can be very high near emissions sources (for example, near busy roads), and both acute and chronic exposure are believed to lead to health problems. As part of the new US EPA near-road ambient monitoring network, ultrafine particles (UFPs) will be monitored to determine concentration levels and further study health effects related to exposure.The Model 651 Ultrafine Particle Monitor provides a simple and reliable solution for the real time monitoring of UFP concentrations in ambient air. The instrument uses a condensation particle counting technique, using water as the condensing fluid followed by laser detection. UFPs down to 7nm in size are detected, with time resolution down to 1-second. Sample collection, preparation, and analysis occur continuously, with a routine maintenance interval of 30 days.

  • Non-Destructive Particle Monitoring

    PARTi - TEILCH

    PARTi provides a complete solution for non-destructive surface particle monitoring of consumables, parts and cleanroom apparel.

  • Liquid Particle Counter

    Ultra DI® 50 - Particle Measuring Systems

    The Ultra DI 50 Liquid Particle Counter is designed specifically for de-ionized (DI) water systems and will count and size contaminants as small as 0.05m.

  • Portable Particle Counter

    3910 & 3905 - KANOMAX USA, Inc.

    Models 3910 and 3905 are the smallest 6-channel portable particle counters in the industry; with a 50 LPM and 1 CFM flow rate respectively and a 0.3-micron sensitivity. Both units feature a large color touch screen with a streamlined and user-friendly interface, which is preprogrammed with different standards to help guide you through the measuring and certification process. There is an optional Climomaster environmental sensor that provides you with the ability to measure air velocity, temperature and humidity, making the 3900 series portable particle counters the ultimate tools for cleanroom certification.

  • Inline Particle Monitor

    iCountPD - Parker Hannifin Corp

    The Parker iCountPD is a highly compact, permanently mounted laser detection particle size monitor that enables continuous monitoring of contamination levels in hydraulic and fluid circuits.Capable of communicating results in ISO4406 / AS4059 or NAS1638

  • Portable Particle Monitor

    iCountOS - Parker Hannifin Corp

    The iCountOS is a highly rugged portable particle size monitor that can be used for measuring contamination levels in fuels and/or hydraulic fluids. Capable of operation online (direct connection to system) or offline (sampling from tank or reservoir).

  • Portable Particle Monitor

    iCount LaserCM - Parker Hannifin Corp

    The iCount LaserCM, a portable particle size monitor, enables field personnel to quickly and easily measure contamination levels in oil and hydraulic fluids. Features include ISO/NAS cleanliness reporting, data graphing, built-in printer.

  • Handheld Particle Counter

    KANOMAX USA, Inc.

    Kanomax’s new Handheld Particle Counters (Models 3888 & 3889) are on course to set the standard of instrumentation in cleanroom/operating room monitoring and verification, filter testing, IAQ investigation, data center cleaning and plenty more highly specialized and highly sensitive applications. These beautifully engineered devices boast some of the most highly advanced technology in the industry; the powerful devices are a combination of accuracy and practicality.

  • Charged Particle Detector

    IDS2030 - OI Analytical

    The IDS 2030 is a true charge detector and is independent of particle energy (thermal to keV), particle mass, and incident angle.Designed for positive charge detection the detector will also detect negative ions and electrons.The ion detector functions pressure independent over at least a range of 9 decades (1 Torr to 1 kTorr).The detector allows a read-out speed from 0.2 frames per second (fps) up to 360 fps.Spectra acquisition can be synchronized with an ionization using a trigger pulse.High Density Detector Array featuring 2126 active pixels over 51 mm. With a pixel width of 21 m and a height of 1500 m the detector features an effective area of 88%.Typical applications are in Mass Spectrometry, Ion Mobility Spectrometry, beam profiling, and ion source characterization.The IonCCD is mounted on ceramic printed circuit board and delivered in an aluminum enclosure for easy mounting and protection.The IDS 2030 is CE certified (FCC, RoHS, WEEE).

  • Particle Metrology System

    Archimedes - Malvern Panalytical Ltd

    Archimedes is an innovative instrument which uses the technique of resonant mass measurement to detect and accurately size and count particles in the size range 50nm to 5um*. Archimedes can distinguish different species from their buoyant mass is particularly useful when characterizing proteinaceous aggregates from contaminating silicon oil in biopharmaceutical preparations, in distinguishing bubbles from lipid micelles and contaminants in ultrasound contrast agents or protein from fat in dairy products.​