Queensland University of Technology, Institute for Future Environments, has recently installed their new Malvern PEAQ ITC (Isothermal Titration Calorimeter), which measures the heat released or absorbed during biochemical binding events. The research group integrates agriculture and bio-economy research to help feed the world sustainably and develop cleaner, greener bioproducts.
Massey University, School of Food and Advanced Technology, has recently self installed their new Attension Theta Flex optical tensiometer and Malvern Zetasizer Pro for particle characterisation. The research team in New Zealand were guided through the installation and training course remotely from our office in Sydney via weblink due to the current COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Graymont Australia (ex Sibelco) has installed their new Malvern Mastersizer 3000 that will be used to study particle size and size distribution of lime and limestone products. With a dynamic size range spanning 0.01 to 3500 microns the Mastersizer 3000 is designed to ease user workload which has resulted to its enduring appeal and propelled the system as the unit of choice.
The Archaeological Research Laboratory at Flinders University have recently installed their new Phenom XL, an all-in- one desktop Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The Phenom XL SEM will assist with broadening understanding of indigenous, historical and maritime archaeology by facilitating the research, teaching, laboratory and field work of staff and research students.
Komatsu, global supplier of construction and mining equipment, recently installed their new Phenom XL, an all-in- one desktop Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The Phenom XL is superfast, easy to use and provides high resolution imaging with elemental analysis of large samples up to 100mm x 100mm.
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