Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Outline I.What is MAS? II.Benefits to YOU! III.What services are provided by MAS? I.Routine Services II.Non-routine Services III.Applications IV.Why.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Outline I.What is MAS? II.Benefits to YOU! III.What services are provided by MAS? I.Routine Services II.Non-routine Services III.Applications IV.Why."— Presentation transcript:

1

2

3 Outline I.What is MAS? II.Benefits to YOU! III.What services are provided by MAS? I.Routine Services II.Non-routine Services III.Applications IV.Why choose MAS? I.Advantages of MAS

4 What is Micromeritics Analytical Services (MAS)? A Contract Analytical Laboratory offering a variety of routine and non-routine services We will analyze your samples and charge you for the number of samples analyzed. We feature Micromeritics products, but also offer additional analyses that complement those of Micromeritics product line.

5 What is MAS? Experienced group of scientists offering solutions to common problems Preparing Samples Analyzing Samples Reviewing Results Interpreting Results Suggesting alternative methods

6 What are the Benefits to YOU if you choose to outsource your analytical testing needs?

7 Benefits to YOU Benefits of Outsourcing 1.Pay only for the services needed Sample to Sample basis Pay for the type of turnaround needed (Rush or normal)

8 Benefits to YOU Benefits of Outsourcing 1.Pay only for the services needed 2.No capital equipment to purchase or maintain We have already made the capital equipment purchases and choose suppliers based upon the best instrument specifications, not cost. NO Repair and/or maintenance costs NO Down Time NO yearly accessory items need to be purchased Sample tubes Solvents, dispersants, liquid nitrogen, etc

9 Benefits to YOU Benefits of Outsourcing 1.Pay only for the services needed 2.No capital equipment to purchase or maintain 3.High Level of Experience 40+ years experience No need to constantly train and re-train employees

10 Benefits to YOU Benefits of Outsourcing 1.Pay only for the services needed 2.No capital equipment to purchase or maintain 3.High Level of Experience 4.Receive additional, objective perspectives for problem solving Additional resources and expertise New ideas Different perspectives and experiences

11 Benefits to YOU Benefits of Outsourcing 1.Pay only for the services needed 2.No capital equipment to purchase or maintain 3.High Level of Experience 4.Additional, objective perspectives on problems 5.Cost effective way to increase resources Reduced Recruiting Costs Reduced Hiring and Staffing and Reduced Health and Benefit Costs Effectively you are hiring a complete staff of scientists, dedicated to serving your needs.

12 Benefits to YOU Benefits of Outsourcing 1.Pay only for the services needed 2.No capital equipment to purchase or maintain 3.High Level of Experience 4.Additional, objective perspectives on problems 5.Increased Resources 6.Built-In Infrastructure No re-organization No re-structuring No cross-training

13 Benefits to YOU Benefits of Outsourcing 1.Pay only for the services needed 2.No capital equipment to purchase or maintain 3.High Level of Experience 4.Additional, objective perspectives on problems 5.Increased Resources 6.Built-In Infrastructure 7.Compliance and Regulatory is someone elses responsibility FDA registered DEA licensed cGMP/GLP compliant Member ASTM, ISO, ACIL, and ALMA

14 What Services and Solutions are available from MAS?

15 Services and Solutions Offered Particle Size Pore Size Surface Area Density Method Development Microscopy Services Chemisorption Nanoparticle applications Hydrogen Capacity Problem Solving Particle Identification

16 Particle Size Laser Light Scattering (Mie Theory, Fraunhofer) ISO WET dispersions Water based Organic solvents Oils and mineral spirits DRY dispersions Air pressure and feed rate determine the dispersion protocol

17 Particle Size Laser Light Scattering (Mie Theory, Fraunhofer) Sedimentation (Stokes Law) Sedigraph III 5120 Reliable, proven, trusted technique Inorganic materials Ceramic Industry 300 micrometers to 0.1 micrometers See additional article All Shape and Sizes on web site

18 Particle Size Laser Light Scattering (Mie Theory, Fraunhofer) Sedimentation (Stokes Law) Electrical Sensing Zone (Coulter Principle) Direct measure of volume Counts particles Particle concentration of slurry Highest Resolution

19 Particle Size Laser Light Scattering (Mie Theory, Fraunhofer) Sedimentation (Stokes Law) Electrical Sensing Zone (Coulter Principle) Dynamic Image Analysis Digital photos taken of falling particles Higher resolution than Sieves

20 Particle Size and more Microscopy SEM, TEM, Particle Size Identification Shape and Morphology Strategic Alliance Partner – MVA Scientific Consultants See additional information Microscopy Services on web site

21 Particle Size Laser Light Scattering (Mie Theory, Fraunhofer) Sedimentation (Stokes Law) Electrical Sensing Zone (Coulter Principle) Dynamic Image Analysis Microscopy (Variety of methods) Sieves Sieve shaker apparatus 8 sieve fractions

22 Particle Size Laser Light Scattering (Mie Theory, Fraunhofer) Sedimentation (Stokes Law) Electrical Sensing Zone (Coulter Principle) Dynamic Image Analysis Microscopy (Variety of methods) Sieves Mayer-Stowe application using Mercury Porosimetry Useful for magnetic particles

23 Pore Size Mercury Porosimetry Gas Adsorption Porosimetry

24 Pore Size Hg Porosimetry –Broad applications Paper, Ceramics, Catalysts, Adsorbents, Polymers, Fibers, Chemicals, Pharmaceutical, Medical, Refractory, Filters, Frits, Coatings, to name a few –Wide dynamic pore size range 900 micrometers to micrometers

25 Pore Size Gas Adsorption Variety of Methods (DFT, H-K, Dubinin, BJH) Common applications Silica, alumina, zeolite, carbons, activated carbon Micropore Pore Size Applications 4 Angstrom to 20 Angstrom Mesopore pore size calculations 20 Angstrom to 500 Angstrom

26 Surface Area B.E.T. surface area Nitrogen Krypton Low surface area materials Langmuir surface area Microporous materials Illustration showing the adsorption of gas molecules on a porous surface.

27 Density Skeletal Density Bulk Density T.A.P Density Envelope Density Mercury Density Foam Density Skeletal Density Envelope Density

28 Method Development / Data Consultation New Micromeritics Instrument Users needing help Experienced users with a different type of sample Current customers with new applications for existing products Assistance with Interpretation of Results. Additional information available Consulting and Method Development Services on web site Who would benefit from Method Development or Consultation Services?

29 Chemisorption Dynamic and Static Chemisorption Percent Metal Dispersion Active Metal Surface Area Temperature Programmed Studies –TPD, TPR, TPO, TPRx Ammonia TPD Experiments

30 Nano Particle Applications Surface Area Porosity Pore size measurements Morphology Particle size down to a few nanometers Catalyst activity

31 Hydrogen Capacity

32 Problem Solving Using all of our characterization capabilities we can help solve the following problems These powders are supposed to be the same, however this one consistently causes problems. These pharmaceutical tablets dissolve at different rates even though the formulation was the same. How does a change in my process affect the final product. Ive changed suppliers and was assured the raw materials were the same. Now I am having problems with quality.

33 Why should you choose Micromeritics Analytical Services ?

34 MAS Advantages People make the difference –Senior Scientists available to assist with your application –Research Engineers working on new measurement techniques Dr. Jim Olivier Dr. Jeff Kenvin and Tony Thornton, M.S.

35 MAS Advantages over the competition State-of-the-art Laboratory –We use only the most current instrumentation available. Dont settle for older generation instruments that are purchased at auctions. Experienced, well- trained, degreed analysts Gas Adsorption Lab

36 Lab Accreditations –FDA Registered –DEA Licensed –cGMP/GLP compliant –Active ASTM and ISO member –ACIL and ALMA –Strict confidentiality always maintained MAS Advantages

37 Quick Sample turnaround Competitive Prices Best Value Quality Results approved by experienced scientists A testimonial from one of our customers Greg, I want to thank you and your staff for all the work you have done. I have learned a great deal, not only about my materials and how to analyze them, but about Micromeritics and its people. I have had many conversations with many people in your organization and the service group. I have been extremely pleased with all my interactions and am convinced (once again) that Micromeritics is a company with which I want to do business! David Other satisfied customers have pointed out, You guys are the experts, why would I go anywhere else

38 Abrasives Adsorbents Aerospace Automotive Battery Carbon Catalyst Ceramics Coatings Cosmetics Dental Electronic Energy / Power Systems Filter and Filter Media Foams Food and Beverage Fuel Cell Geological and Soil Sciences Ink and Toners Metal and Powder Metals Mining and Minerals Pulp and Paper Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Plastics and Polymers Semiconductor

39 Thank you for your time and attention Brochures, specification sheets and price lists are available. If you have any questions please contact your area manager or you may contact me directly: Greg Thiele or


Download ppt "Outline I.What is MAS? II.Benefits to YOU! III.What services are provided by MAS? I.Routine Services II.Non-routine Services III.Applications IV.Why."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google