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Automated imaging for advanced particle characterization

Morphological imaging is fast becoming an essential technology in the laboratory toolkit for particle characterization. The Morphologi 4 is a fully automated static image analysis system which provides a complete detailed description of the morphological properties of particulate materials. The Morphologi 4-ID combines the same automated static image analysis with Raman spectroscopy in a single, integrated platform, providing component-specific morphological descriptions of chemical species within a blend.

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Technical Specifications

Morphologi 4-ID Morphologi 4
Measurement type
Particle size
Particle shape
Chemical identification
Contaminant detection and analysis
Particle size range 0.5µm - 1300µm 0.5µm - 1300µm
Technology
Image analysis
Morphologically Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS)

Available models

Morphologi4
Technical specifications
Technology
Static automated imaging
Particle size parameters
Circle equivalent (CE) diameter, length, width, perimeter, area, maximum distance, sphere equivalent (SE) volume, fiber total length, fiber width
Particle shape parameters
Aspect ratio, circularity, convexity, elongation, high sensitivity (HS) circularity, solidity, fiber elongation, fiber straightness
Particle transparency parameters
Intensity mean, intensity standard deviation
Integrated Sample Dispersion Unit
For fully automated dispersion and measurement of dry powders. Manual or SOP control of dispersion pressure, injection time and settling time
Detector
18 MP; 4912 x 3684 pixel color CCD array; pixel size 1.25 μm x 1.25 μm
Optical system
Nikon CFI 60 brightfield / darkfield system
Dimensions (W, D, H)
810 x 520 x 685 mm with carry handles: 1100 x 520 x 685 mm

Rapid, automated particle size and particle shape analysis

Morphologi 4 provides detailed morphological descriptions of particulate samples through static image analysis, enabling a greater understanding of both sample and process.  It can equally be used as an R&D tool to investigate challenging applications and in automated QC analysis where generation of robust, user-independent results and validation are required.

Morphologi4-ID
Technical specifications
Technology
Static automated imaging
Particle size parameters
Circle equivalent (CE) diameter, length, width, perimeter, area, maximum distance, sphere equivalent (SE) volume, fiber total length, fiber width
Particle shape parameters
Aspect ratio, circularity, convexity, elongation, high sensitivity (HS) circularity, solidity, fiber elongation, fiber straightness
Particle transparency parameters
Intensity mean, intensity standard deviation
Integrated Sample Dispersion Unit
For fully automated dispersion and measurement of dry powders. Manual or SOP control of dispersion pressure, injection time and settling time
Detector
18 MP; 4912 x 3684 pixel color CCD array; pixel size 1.25 μm x 1.25 μm
Optical system
Nikon CFI 60 brightfield / darkfield system
Dimensions (W, D, H)
810 x 520 x 685 mm with carry handles: 1100 x 520 x 685 mm

Rapid, automated, component-specific particle characterization in a single, integrated platform

Morphologi 4-ID delivers detailed component-specific morphological descriptions of particulate blends through Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS).  This combines automated particle imaging with Raman spectroscopy in a single, integrated platform, providing the power to unlock complex particle characterization problems.

  • Automated SOP control for unattended operation and reproducible results, boosting productivity

  • Excellent microscope images, accurate characterization

  • Versatile sample presentation accessories for measuring suspended and filtered samples

  • Advanced manual microscope control mode provides increased value as a shared laboratory resource

  • Rapid automatic particle counting on membrane filters

  • Powerful and intuitive software interface for easy visual and statistical interpretation of data

Morphologi 4-ID in action

Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS) combines automated imaging and chemical identification for advanced particle characterization. This provides rapid, automated component-specific morphological information to help solve your formulation and deformulation challenges, optimize material properties and create confidence throughout development and manufacturing.

  • Biopharmaceutical and Biotechnology
  • Electronics
  • Mining & Minerals
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Powders & Pigments / Coating
  • Semiconductor, Solar & Electronics
Malvern PanalyticalMalvern Panalytical was formed by the merger of Malvern Instruments Limited and PANalytical B.V. on 1st January 2017, has headquarters in both Almelo (the Netherlands), and in Malvern (UK), and employs over 2,000 people worldwide. The combined entity is a strong player and innovator in the materials characterization market and will leverage the strengths of the individual companies in their end markets, ranging from building materials to pharmaceuticals and from metals and mining to nanomaterials.
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