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05.29.12 -- Exploring The Impact Of Particle Size On Bulk Powder Properties

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Exploring The Impact Of Particle Size On Bulk Powder Properties
By Tim Freeman, Managing Director of Powder Characterization, Freeman Technology
In this series of editorials, I am taking a look at some of the many variables that influence powder behavior. Controlling powder properties, particularly flowability, is essential for efficient handling, and is made much easier by some understanding of which variables to change, and how, to achieve desirable behavior. Read more.

Read the first column in this series:
What Makes A Powder Flow?

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In May, 2007, the International Standards Organization (ISO) introduced a new standard for the calibration of air and liquid particle counters. In preparation for this new standard, in late 2005 when the ISO 21501 standard was still in draft, Hach Company incorporated the standard's performance criteria within the specifications for all air particle counter development projects.

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