The mercury porosimetry analysis technique is based on the intrusion of mercury into a porous structure under stringently controlled pressures. Besides offering speed, accuracy, and a wide measurement range, mercury porosimetry permits you to calculate numerous sample properties such as pore size distributions, total pore volume, total pore surface area, median pore diameter and sample densities (bulk and skeletal).
The Micromeritics AutoPore V Series Mercury Porosimeters can determine a broader pore size distribution more quickly and accurately than other methods. This instrument also features enhanced safety features and offers new data reduction and reporting choices that provide more information about pore geometry and the fluid transport characteristics of your material.
New improved mercury safety features include : safe mercury collection trays, improved mercury funnel design, software control for fine powder samples, mercury temperature sensor, mercury vapour capture filter, system pressure vent on manifold, interlocking and safety caps, mercury vapour detection device to name a few.
Typical applications for this type of instrumentation includes: pharmaceutical, ceramics, adsorbants, aerospace, catalysts, paper, construction materials, medical implants, geoscience, fuel cells, filtration and electronics.
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