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News Article | November 11, 2016

In Particle Analyzer Market 2016 - Beckman Coulter, Malvern Instruments, Micromeritics, Horiba, Shimadzu, Microtrac, Sympatec, Spectro Scientific, TSI these are the major companies covered in this report. Market Research Report on Particle Analyzer Market 2016 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Particle Analyzer worldwide. First of all,"Global Particle Analyzer Market 2016" report provides a basic overview of the Particle Analyzer industry including definitions, classifications, applications and Particle Analyzer industry chain structure. The analysis is provided for the Particle Analyzer international market including development history, Particle Analyzer industry competitive landscape analysis. Request For Sample of the Report Here: After that, Particle Analyzer industry development policies as well as plans are discussed and manufacturing processes as well as cost structures for Particle Analyzer market. This report "Worldwide Particle Analyzer Market 2016" also states import/export, supply and consumption figures and Particle Analyzer market cost, price, revenue and Particle Analyzer market's gross margin by regions (United States, EU, China and Japan), as well as other regions can be added in Particle Analyzer Market area. Then, the report focuses on worldwide Particle Analyzer market key players with information such as company profiles with product picture as well as specification. Related information to Particle Analyzer market- capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Also includes Particle Analyzer industry's - Upstream raw materials, equipment and downstream consumers analysis is also carried out. What’s more, the Particle Analyzer market development trends and Particle Analyzer industry marketing channels are analyzed. Finally, "worldwide Particle Analyzer market" Analysis- feasibility of new investment projects is assessed, and overall research conclusions are offered.

News Article | November 2, 2016

About particle analyzers Particle analyzers are specialized instruments that measure the size of grains or particles in a sample. Several methods are used to measure the size of particles like light scattering, sedimentation, and laser diffraction. On an average, they can measure particles that are in the range of 1-2,500 µm, although some particle analyzers can measure particles as small as 0.3 nm in size. Data regarding size of the particles are crucial in industries like chemical, healthcare, mining, and petroleum. Wiseguy Reports analysts forecast the global particle analyzer market to grow at a CAGR of 6.1% during 2014-2019. Covered in this report The global particle analyzer market can be segmented into five based on the technology used: laser diffraction analyzer, dynamic light scattering analyzer, nanoparticle tracking analyzer, image analyzer, and others. Wiseguy Reports report, Global Particle Analyzer Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. Key regions • Americas • APAC • EMEA Key vendors • Beckman Coulter • Malvern Instruments • Micromeritics • Microtrac • Sympatec Other prominent vendors • Agilent Technologies • HORIBA • Izon • Shimadzu Market driver • Demand for high quality • For a full, detailed list, view our report Market challenge • High cost of analyzers • For a full, detailed list, view our report Market trend • Migration of R&D facilities to APAC • For a full, detailed list, view our report Key questions answered in this report • What will the market size be in 2019 and what will the growth rate be? • What are the key market trends? • What is driving this market? • What are the challenges to market growth? • Who are the key vendors in this market space? • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors? • What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors? PART 01: Executive summary Highlights PART 02: Scope of the report Market overview Top-vendor offerings PART 03: Market research methodology Research methodology Economic indicators PART 04: Introduction Key market highlights PART 05: Market landscape Market overview Market size and forecast Five forces analysis PART 06: Market segmentation by technology Market overview Market size and forecast Global laser diffraction particle analyzer market Global dynamic light scattering particle analyzer market Global image analysis particle analyzer market Global nanoparticle tracking analyzer market Global particle analyzer market using other technologies PART 07: Market segmentation by end-user Market overview Global particle analyzer market in the healthcare sector Global particle analyzer market in the mining and minerals sector Global particle analyzer market in the oil and gas and chemicals sector Global particle analyzer market in the others sector PART 08: Geographical segmentation Geographical segmentation of global particle analyzer market Particle analyzer market in Americas Particle analyzer market in EMEA Particle analyzer market in APAC PART 09: Key leading countries US Germany PART 10: Market drivers PART 11: Impact of drivers PART 12: Market challenges PART 13: Impact of drivers and challenges PART 14: Market trends PART 15: Vendor landscape Competitive scenario Other prominent vendors PART 16: Key vendor analysis Beckman Coulter Malvern Instruments Micromeritics Microtrac Sympatec PART 17: Explore Wiseguy Reports List of Exhibits Exhibit 01: Product offerings Exhibit 02: Types of particle analyzers based on technology Exhibit 03: Ideal measurement range for each technology Exhibit 04: Criteria for selection of analyzer technology Exhibit 05: Global particle analyzer market 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 06: Five forces analysis Exhibit 07: Market segmentation based on technology 2014-2019 Exhibit 08: Market segmentation based on technology 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 09: Global laser diffraction particle analyzer market 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 10: Global dynamic light scattering analyzer market 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 11: Global image analysis particle analyzer market 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 12: Global nanoparticle tracking analyzer market 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 13: Global particle analyzer market using other technologies 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 14: Market segmentation of particle analyzer market by end-user 2014-2019 Exhibit 15: Market segmentation of particle analyzer market by end-user 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 16: CAGR and revenue contribution to global particle analyzer market by end-user 2014 Exhibit 17: Global particle analyzer market in the healthcare sector 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 18: Global particle analyzer market in the mining and minerals sector 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 19: Global particle analyzer market in the oil and gas and chemicals sector 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 20: Global particle analyzer market in others sector 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 21: Geographical segmentation of global particle analyzer market 2014 Exhibit 22: Geographical segmentation of global particle analyzer market 2019 Exhibit 23: Geographical segmentation of global particle analyzer market 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 24: Particle analyzer market in Americas 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 25: Particle analyzer market in Americas 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 26: Particle analyzer market in Americas 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 27: Key leading countries Exhibit 28: Particle analyzer market in US 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 29: Particle analyzer market in Germany 2014-2019 ($ millions) Exhibit 30: Impact of drivers Exhibit 31: Impact of drivers and challenges Exhibit 32: Investment potential for particle analyzer vendors Exhibit 33: Beckman Coulter: Business segmentation Exhibit 34: Sympatec: Business segmentation Wise Guy Reports is part of the Wise Guy Consultants Pvt. Ltd. and offers premium progressive statistical surveying, market research reports, analysis & forecast data for industries and governments around the globe. Wise Guy Reports understand how essential statistical surveying information is for your organization or association. Therefore, we have associated with the top publishers and research firms all specialized in specific domains, ensuring you will receive the most reliable and up to date research data available.

Gamrad L.,Universitaetsstr 7 | Mancini R.,Institute of Farm Animal Genetics | Werner D.,Sympatec GmbH | Tiedemann D.,Institute of Farm Animal Genetics | And 7 more authors.
Analyst | Year: 2017

Gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) are widely used in biomedical applications for drug targeting and bioimaging. This often neccesitates their functionalization with biomolecules carrying a defined biological function, yielding gold nanoparticle bioconjugates. The utilization of triplex-forming oligonucleotides (TFOs) as ligands gives access to nanoconjugates as tools for specific DNA-related nanotargeting via triplex hybridization. Since triplex hybridization with nanobioconjugates has to date not been shown on biologically relevant samples, sex-specific sperm marking may be an appropriate model system to demonstrate the opportunities of this targeting method in vitro. In this study, we focused on specific labeling of repetitive target sites enriched on the bovine Y-chromosome using triplex forming oligonucleotides. First, the functionality of a specific locked nucleic acid (LNA) sequence was confirmed on bovine free DNA and on demembranated sperm heads. Thereafter, the influence of AuNPs on triplex hybridization was spectrophotometrically analyzed employing synthetic dsDNA, genomic DNA and demembranated sperm heads. Results from the SPR-peak shift indicate that TFO-AuNP hybridize to bovine gDNA in a qualitative and significant manner. These results confirm successful triplex hybridization on biologically relevant target sites as well as the establishment of a method to use gold nanoparticles as a suitable tool for sex-selective hybridization. © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2017.

Pankewitz A.,Sympatec GmbH | Zeng S.,Jiangxi Copper Corporation
26th International Mineral Processing Congress, IMPC 2012: Innovative Processing for Sustainable Growth - Conference Proceedings | Year: 2012

The well-established on-line particle size analyzer OPUS manufactured by Sympatec GmbH, has been successfully implemented in several mining and industrial minerals project. OPUS monitors the particle size distribution in 31 fractions as well as the solid concentration in opaque and highly concentrated ore and mineral slurries on-line in real time e.g. behind mills or cyclones applying 31 ultrasonic frequencies for highest resolution. Ultrasonic extinction overcomes all limitations known from optical and mechanical systems like contamination, blockage and wear. OPUS measures slurries in their original state without any dilution, hence no extensive sampling procedure or sample conditioning is required thus no dilution errors occur. Due to the OPUS design and suitable algorithms entrained air bubbles do not affect the quality of analysis at all. The sensor covers particle size distributions from 0,01 to 3.000,00 μm and solid concentrations up to 70 % by volume and can be easily adapted to a number of production lines simultaneously. Jiangxi Copper's Dexing Mine is one of the biggest copper mines in Asia and among the first users for OPUS on-line particle size and concentration analysis in mining industry. OPUS is connected to 2 process lines. Jiangxi Copper has implemented OPUS for into their central control system for the grinding & classifying circuit of one SAG mill and one ball mill. Analysis data and process control as well as optimization based on OPUS particle size and concentration measurements will be discussed.

Pankewitz A.,Sympatec GmbH | Behrens C.,Sympatec GmbH | Geng J.,Sympatec China SYMSINO | Smith A.,Sympatec GmbH
XXV International Mineral Processing Congress 2010, IMPC 2010 | Year: 2010

Control of particle size in mineral processing is of critical importance for the efficient operation of downstream processes such as flotation, cyclone separation, magnetic separation, settling, drying or others. In order to optimise the process an early control of the particle size leaving the milling stage is essential. Ultrasonic Extinction based particle size analysers are capable of performing online particle size distribution (PSD) and solid content measurement of mineral slurries such as iron ore, copper ore, fluorspar, quartz sand or others directly in a tough process environment. The method does not generally require any sample preparation or dilution, hence instruments can be installed directly in the product flow without complicated peripherals. The OPUS ultrasonic extinction system produced by Sympatec Germany provides real time, on-line PSD of 31 size classes and can be applied for particles from nanometre range up to several millimetres with solid contents from only one per cent up to thick pastes. The OPUS sensor is designed as a rugged in-line probe which is highly resistant to the wear or contamination which plagues optical systems. The technique is independent of product flow, contamination, optical properties, vibrations, pressure or changes in solid concentration. Even air bubbles, known to evoke noise signal, are recognised and depressed by suitable algorithms. Various installations are presented.

Smith A.,Sympatec Inc. | Stender M.,FH Flensburg | Pankewitz A.,Sympatec GmbH | Behrens C.,Sympatec GmbH
IMPC 2014 - 27th International Mineral Processing Congress | Year: 2014

Particle size measurement is one of the most important factors in obtaining peak performance of the mineral processing plant in order to ensure efficient milling and flotation circuit operation. Off-line particle distribution analysis technologies only allow an infrequent check of the ore slurry size and hence do not allow for timely process monitoring or intervention. Most existing on-line particle size analysers suffer from a variety of disabilities such as poor statistics, non-representative sampling or mechanically complex setup. This paper will describe an Ultrasonic Extinction based method which overcomes many limitations of existing online analysers and has proven its performance for mineral applications over many years. Installation examples will be given. Since new technologies usually raise e questions about comparability and agreement to common particle size analytical methods e.g. sieving or laser diffraction analysis, extensive studies were performed comparing these different technologies to quantify the quality of results as well as its mathematical robustness.

Smith A.,Sympatec Inc | Steigerwald S.,Sympatec Inc | Behrens C.,Sympatec GmbH
IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline) | Year: 2013

Particle size control is important in efficient mineral processing, but today many milling operations are controlled using techniques which only consider the minimum particle dimension and assume that shapes of the particles remain constant Many process operations suffer from variation in efficiency which cannot be explained by conventional techniques such as screening This can be as a result of process changes such as ore source causing a change in particle morphology which is simply not detected when only the minimum particle dimension is considered Image analysis data will be used to demonstrate the key principles behind particle size measurement and the reality of mineral slurry shape distributions Unfortunately the application of image analysis techniques to on-line analysis of mineral slurries is not a practical proposition for reasons of sampling, statistics and cleanliness, therefore alternative techniques must be used on-line to obtain reliable and process sensitive data Ultrasonic extinction fulfils many of the requirements for on-line particle size analysis, being able to monitor vast numbers of particles at high concentration and since the technique responds to the area of the particles, a more process sensitive measure may be obtained The OPUS ultrasonic extinction system uses 31 frequencies to measure a full particle size distribution from approx 1um to 3mm and for the first time allows for parameters such as distribution width, fine particle levels and solids concentration to be measured reliably on-line in a single unit Data will be presented to show the potential for better process understanding through utilisation of the full particle size distribution information Copyright © 2013 IFAC.

Witt W.,Sympatec GmbH | Stubinger T.,Sympatec GmbH | Kohler U.,Sympatec GmbH | List J.,Sympatec GmbH | Jordan J.,Sympatec GmbH
Chemie-Ingenieur-Technik | Year: 2012

From ancient times size standards allow for comparing and converting different size measures. Nevertheless, in the field of particle size analysis no generally suitable standards are available till today with measured sizes traceable to the standard meter. So a qualification on an absolute scale of the measurement instruments is currently only possible with restrictions. Starting with the analysis of the current situation considerations are presented for the creation of a particular standard material. The concept is based on the idea to generate broad size distributions using mixtures of precisely qualifiable, spherical, monodisperse fractions (picket fence distribution). Essential material characteristics have been determined by simulations and a first standard material was produced. Currently an absolute precision of ±2% has been reached. Copyright © 2012 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

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