The University of Queensland, department of chemical engineering, has installed their new Avestin Emulsiflex C5, an air-driven, high-pressure homogeniser that rapidly reduces particles and droplets from micron to nanometer sizes. COVID travel restrictions meant the installation took place online which further helps show the ease-of-use of the system.
The Chris O'Brien Lifehouse has installed their new Phenom XL G2 Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) in the VectorLab. The system will be used to unlock key insights to facilitate the rapid, high-resolution analysis of microstructures of 3D printed biomaterials, shortening the path between discovery and new cancer treatments.
The University of Newcastle has installed their new Malvern MPT-3 autotitrator with their Zetasizer Ultra, which is designed to automate zeta and/or particle size measurements as a function of pH. The MPT-3 autotitrator will help the group study new technologies to remediate inorganic contamination (heavy metals, fluorides, cyanides etc) of ground water and aid in their design and implementation.
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) recently installed their new Attension Sigma Force tensiometer that measures the static surface tension and interfacial tension of liquids. The team will use the system to investigate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that may be used for therapeutic purposes including face masks, gowns and gloves.
Ensign Laboratories have recently installed their new Mastersizer 3000 particle sizing system. Their team is focused on the development of liquid formulation types and delivery systems, from cosmetic and therapeutic product development to specialised functional foods, as well as ingestible health and pharmaceutical products.
Austral Bricks have installed their Mastersizer 2000E system to support the quality construction and modern design benefits of their brick products. Understanding particle size distribution of the raw materials helps to improve product density and prevent voids in the final structure which are the source of weak points from which cracks can propagate.
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