At Malvern Panalytical, our team of expert engineers and scientists constantly innovate to address the analytical challenges our customers are facing, in fundamental research through to product development and processing.
We pioneer novel technologies and solutions by pushing the boundaries of instrument design and software functionality, always seeking to improve usability and enhance performance aspects such as measurement speed and range. This is what makes Malvern Panalytical global leaders in in the development of analytical technologies, especially those used for particle characterization.
Detailed particle characterization enables a thorough understanding of particulate material properties and how they impact the final product, in industries ranging from pharmaceutical development to metal powder processing and electrode manufacture. This level of knowledge creates confidence and control through optimized development and manufacturing processes.
On December 12th 2017, we’re proud to be unveiling the ultimate solution for every scientist who seeks absolute analysis and understanding of their particulate samples. Please join us to see how the future of particle characterization has been transformed.
Key Learning Objectives
Learn about a new particle characterization system designed to help you understand your processes and samples
Explore a new troubleshooting method for use during product development and manufacture
Create confidence in your process and detect anomalies and contaminants, pinpointing process deviations
Maximize the information produced during your particle analysis measurements Who should attend?
Head of Formulation Development
Head of Process Development
Head of Manufacturing Support
Head of Biophysical Characterization
Head of Product Characterization
Process Development Scientist
Senior Research Investigator
Senior Research Scientist
Head of Chemical Development
Analytical Laboratory Manager
Director of Analytical R&D
Head of Additive Manufacturing
Head of Powder Processing
Applications Project Manager
Research and Development Manager
Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry remains the only method capable of measuring the volume and sizes of pores within materials over the extremely large range of 3 nanometers to 950 microns. This webinar will be a brief overview of the industries that use this technique, how it works, and the safe and proper manner in which to apply it in practice.