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- Model MAG 3000 - Aerosol Generators For Liquid Particles

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The MAG 3000 operates based on the Sinclair-LaMer principle (1943). It comprises a core source to generate condensation cores with a particle diameter of approx. 85 nm, a vaporizer to vaporize the particle-forming material, a reheating unit, and a condensation flue, in which the particle-forming material condenses on the condensation core. The condensation process here is heterogeneous.

  • Particle size adjustable from approx. 0.2 to 8 µm for DEHS (other particle materials upon request)
  • Reproducible particle size adjustment
  • Minimal use of the saline solution, approx. 20 mL in 10 h
  • No drying system, no silica gel
  • Reliable bypass adjustments for evaporator and core source
  • Rapid particle size modification up to factor 2.5 within approx. 10 seconds using the bypass adjustments
  • Robust design
  • Reliable function, high reproducibility
  • Low maintenance
  • Reduces your operating expenses

  • Volume flow : 3.5 - 4.5 l/min
  • Power supply : 115 - 230 V, 50 - 60 Hz
  • Dimensions : 610 mm • 300 mm • 300 mm
  • Weight : Approx. 22 kg
  • Particle material : DEHS, others on request
  • Carrier/dispersion gas : N2
  • Mean particle diameter (number) : 0.2 - 8 µm (DEHS)
  • Geometric standard deviation (number) : < 1.15
  • Maximum concentration (number) : 106 particles/cm3

  • Calibrating particle measurement devices
  • Comparison of device parameters in relation to particle size:
    • Resolution capacity
    • Classification accuracy
    • Lower counting efficiency rate
    • Upper counting efficiency rate
    • Border zone error
  • Inhalation tests
  • Tracer particles/flow visualization
  • Filter inspection

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