Kason Vibroscreen® circular vibratory screeners (also called separators and sieves) separate bulk solid materials from solids and slurries using multi-plane, inertial vibration that causes particles to pass through apertures in the screen or to travel across the screen surface in controlled pathways.
Typical applications include sifting, scalping, classifying, de-dusting and de-lumping of dry bulk solids, or dewatering of solids-laden slurries.
KLA Tencor P-15 Profilometer Max Wafer Size: 8” General Description: The KLA-Tencor P-15 Profiler is a highly sensitive surface profiler that measures step height, roughness, and waviness on sample surfaces. Roughness can be measured with up to a 0.5 Å resolution over short distances. Waviness can be measured over the entire surface of a sample. The P-15 system uses stylus-based scanning to achieve high resolution and can correlate local submicron features with global surface measurements. It has a scan area of 200 X 200 mm.
KLA-Tencor’s P-15 Longscan Contact Stylus Profiler is capable of measuring the roughness and waviness of a sample’s surface. The P-15 can also measure positive and negative step height features with a high degree of accuracy and precision. Both 2D and 3D scan profiles can be obtained. The P-15 is equipped with a MicroHead IIxr scanner that has a 1mm vertical range and is capable of scanning at forces between 0.5–50mg. The maximum horizontal scan length is 200mm.
The inverted pendulum is a classic problem in dynamics and control theory and is widely used as a benchmark for testing control algorithms (PID controllers, state space representation, neural networks, fuzzy control, genetic algorithms, etc.). Variations on this problem include multiple links, allowing the motion of the cart to be commanded while maintaining the pendulum, and balancing the cart-pendulum system on a see-saw. The inverted pendulum is related to rocket or missile guidance, where the center of gravity is located behind the center of drag causing aerodynamic instability.
The Mastersizer 3000 laser diffraction particle size analyzer delivers rapid, accurate particle size distributions for both wet and dry dispersions with the minimum of effort. Measuring over the nanometer to millimeter particle size ranges, it packs exceptional performance into the smallest of footprints, bringing operator-independent measurements that every user can rely on.
The SR64001 comes with a metal housing and chassis construction, the stainless steel platform and overload protection show that this balance is made for hazardous conditions. The ‘MonoBloc inside’ technology guarantees best performance under all conditions. The five advanced built-in applications, the fully automatic temperature- and/or time-controlled adjustment and the built-in fast LocalCAN interface make it the right choice for GLP/ISO regulated production areas.
The Micron Air Jet Sieve utilizes the pneumatic sieving principle that enhances the accuracy and reproducibility of particle size analysis. Use of this device has become a preferred method for such tasks as quality assurance of incoming raw materials and the confirmation of final product specifications.
The National Manufacturing Mixgraph has been an instrumental device used in the AACC Method 54-40. This Mixograph is the 10g size. The Mixograph is a recording dough mixer that quickly analyzes flour for gluten strength, proper absorption, mixing peak time and mixing tolerance. The machine can be hooked up to a computer running the MixSmart software program to provide detailed mix data.