Particle Measuring Systems Releases 20 Nm Syringe Sampler
SLS 20 provides solutions for batch sampling applications
with Chem 20 particle counters
Particle Measuring Systems (PMS) has announced the release of the SLS 20 Syringe Liquid Sampler to be used with the Chem 20 Particle Counter. This new combined solution is designed to provide an unlimited level of monitoring at 20 nm sensitivity.
The SLS 20 enables Chem 20 particle counters to operate in batch sampling applications, in particular precise, small-volume sampling. The system consists of an SLS 20 which is compatible with either corrosive or non-corrosive liquids, all connections necessary to interface with a compatible Chem 20 or Chem 20-HI particle counter and software.
According to the company, this is reliable solution to use anywhere that high sensitivity chemical batch particle monitoring is required including semiconductor, data storage, medical, pharmaceutical, aerospace, or automotive industries for applications such as chemical quality assurance, parts cleanliness testing, water sampling, and more.
“Our new Syringe Sampler gives our customers the option to count 20 nm in batch applications”, said Jerry Gromala, VP of Electronics Division for Particle Measuring Systems. He continued, “Our engineering team is continually working on innovative new solutions to help our customers meet increasing needs for sensitivity”.
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