Automatic sampling of bulk materials
Basis for any QA/QM program for bulk materials is representative sampling and preparation of the sample, so that the final sample correctly will represent the properties of the lot of material to be sampled.
M&W Jawo Handling are specialists in the field of producing representative samples from moving streams of dry granular bulk materials. The range of material that can be samled is wide and includes: raw coal, pulverised coal, wooden chips and other biofuels, lime stone, cement, cement clinker, mining ore, sinter and agglomerates from ore treatment processes, crystals, soil and gravel. A special FDA line of equipment adresses the medical and chemical industry and the frozen food industry.
We are now introducing a range of low-cost, GMP-correct, disposable samplers that allow statistically representative sampling from anywhere within the product.
Avoid jamming by using the “Free-Glide Sampler” in pipe line systems.
All sliding mechanical surfaces are separated from the product area by a flexible diaphragm. This also ensures that no lubricant can get in contact with the product.
The Free-Glide Sampler is available in different models to cover manual and fully automatic sampling, welded-in design or easily removable for cleaning or CIP, non-ex or ex-rated designs
Manual sampling equipment
SAMPLING SYSTEMS Ltd has a broad range of Samplers. There are samplers for Free flowing powders, Non-flowing products and Liquids. If you could not find a suitable Sampler in our catalogue we can tailor make one to your specific requirement. Please contact us for more information or download the catalogue below.
BS-Partikel manufactures and supplies particle reference products...
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of particle sizers or counters:
|Particle Standards, Particle Size Standards|
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| Particle Count Standards, PharmaCount1510 and|
ISO-MTD2.8 - Test Oil
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uniform particles: Test Particles