With the advent of in situ particle characterization technology, such as PVM® (Particle Vision and Measurement), scientists and engineers are able to quickly measure particle behavior in situ without pulling samples.
The new PVM® V825 Ex technology provides real-time viewing and recording of particle system images in ATEX and process environments enabling chemists and engineers to instantly see changes in particle and droplet systems at full process concentration, temperature, and pressure – leading to detailed understanding of complex particle systems faster than any other method.
PVM® V825 Ex technology is specifically designed to provide these images in ATEX and process environments, eliminating the need to remove samples from the process. PVM® is used to quickly identify changes in particle size, droplet formation, shape and morphology and events such as precipitation, agglomeration, coalescence or breakage are immediately identified, and the process parameters leading to such events can be identified. Real-time image analysis software can be used to measure particle dimension or aspect ratio and this critical information can then be used to develop a more robust process, ensuring consistently higher product quality.
PVM® V825 Ex is designed for dip-pipe or pipeline mounting in ATEX and process environments. The purged enclosure ensures an inherently safe probe.