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Particle size distribution measurement is normally used in order to measure nanosized particle distribution. While Differential Mobility Analyzers (DMA) classify particle by particle size utilizing electrostatic force, an APM classifies particles by mass based on entirely new classification principles.

  • Desktop and lightweight unit
  • APM 3602 classifies aerosol particles of 0.01 to 100 femtograms
  • Particle density distribution can be attained by combining the APM and DMA
  • Mass distribution measurements
  • Particle density research
  • Monodisperse aerosol generation
Main Unit Specifications
Classification Method Based on the balance between centrifugal power and electrostatic force
Particle Mass Range Approx. 0.001 to 100 femtograms
(Equivalent to approx. 30 nm to 580 nm for particle density of 1g/cm3)
Rotation Speed 1,000 to 14,000 rpm
Maximum Voltage Up to 2,000 V
Double cylinder dimensions Inner cylinder diameter: 48 mm, Gap between inner and outer cylinders: 1 mm, Cylinder length: 100 mm
Sampling Flowrate 0.3 to 1.0L/min (0.3 L/min is recommended)
Dimensions 16.93″ (W) x 7.87″ (L) 5.51″ (H) (430 mm (W) x 200 mm (L) x 140 mm (H))
Weight Approx. 24.25 lbs. (11 kg)
Control Unit Specifications
Control Function Rotation speed and applied voltage
Display Function Applied voltage / Rotation Speed / Differential Pressure b/w inlet and outlet
Dimensions 16.93″ (W) x 13.78″ (L) 5.51″ (H) (430 mm (W) x 350 mm (L) x 140 mm (H))
Weight Approx. 17.64 lbs (8 kg)
Power supply Single-phase AC100 to 240 V, 50/60Hz, 3A

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