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LUM GmbH - Material Characterization - LUMiReader X-Ray

The LUMiReader X-Ray is the first dispersion analyser designed for one purpose only: to study dispersability, stability, separation, and consolidation phenomena for completely transparent to completely opaque emulsions, suspension, sludges, slurries, foams and powders in real-time. For the first time ever, illuminate your sample instantaneously from top to bottom. Solve your most challenging dispersion problems with complete insight. Go places light cannot.

  • In-situ analysis of transparent as well as opaque dispersions
  • High resolution of phase separation of multicomponent systems
  • No dilution of emulsions or suspensions
  • Detect concentration gradients within phases and sediment
  • Signal does not depend on particle shape
  • Determine mean and space resolved packing sediment densities
  • See/understand complex dispersion behaviour
  • Use any continuous phase of dispersing agent
  • Agriculture
  • Biopharmaceutical and Biotechnology
  • Chemical
  • Cosmetics & Personal Care
  • Education & Academics
  • Food & Beverage
  • Mining & Minerals
  • Oil & Gas
  • Paper & Wood
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Polymers, Plastics and Rubbers
  • Powders & Pigments / Coating
  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
LUM GmbHThe LUM GmbH is one of the leading producers for analytical devices for dispersion analysis and particle characterization. On the basis of longtime experiences in the field of fluid mechanics, rheology and colloid chemistry the company, founded by Prof. Dr. D. Lerche in 1994, has developed the innovative STEP-Technology®, which is the technical platform for different product lines. Or measuring equipment is used for the fast, reliable and comprehensive characterization of any demixing phenomena in dispersions and the testing of bonding and adhesive strength of composite materials.
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