Building on Fritsch A28 for unparalleled image analysis

The phrase “being able to build on someone” is not out of the blue. Something or someone you can build on offers confidence, security and quality. For the construction industry, these should certainly not be empty terms. In order to distinguish yourself from the (numerous) competitors and to maintain your place as an established value within the construction industry, it is best to call on the right people and – at least as important – the right equipment (such as the Fritsch A28) for a quick and thorough analysis and control of your raw materials.

Think for example of sand or gravel in the processing of concrete. The correct thickness and proportions of all raw materials are crucial for a quality product. The slightest change will affect its quality and of course you don’t want that.

Dynamic Image Analysis in the Construction Industry

Dynamic Image Analysis (DIA) is a modern, adequate method for particle characterization. This technique allows very minute size distributions and shape parameters to be collected from a wide variety of raw materials. Big advantage: with DIA you perform extremely fast analyses with unparalleled accuracy and reproducibility over a very wide measuring range.

With the Fritsch A28 ImageSizer, using the DIA technology, you get a beautiful piece of innovation in house. It offers the advantages of an analysis through a microscope, but due to its fully automated process, this device records a significantly higher number of particles: up to 75 images per second! The result of the analysis is immediately visible as with a microscope: no complicated evaluation procedures but immediately razor-sharp results!

In short: Faster, representative results and a higher accuracy in the evaluation ensures a significant increase in the quality of your products.

Fritsch A28 dynamic image analyzer

The Fritsch Analysette 28 ImageSizer is because of its ingenious technology your ideal particle sizer for both dry and wet measurements. It can be used flexibly for all applications that require highly accurate, reproducible measurement results regarding particle shape and size.

Using the optical DIA process, you obtain accurate results for a wide measurement range and for multiple shape parameters. In addition, the Fritsch A28 is a very simple and cost-effective alternative to particle analysis via a sieve device.

Sieve analysis is a time-consuming and labor-intensive process. Moreover, it only provides a rough estimate of the particle size, which is insufficient for many products and industries.

The Fritsch A28 is the alternative that puts an end to long, inefficient working processes: add sample, start measurement and done. In no time you have the requested analysis in a handy report. It provides fully automatic particle size analysis and shape parameters. The result: unseen flexibility for various measuring tasks at a balanced price-performance ratio.

All advantages at a glance

  • Great time savings: result in a few minutes
  • Eliminate labor-intensive processes: Simply place the sample on the vibrating feeder, click start and you’re done! The rest follows automatically, including detailed reporting
  • Meticulous analysis: precise images of particle size and shape
  • Extra large measuring range: individually adjustable
  • High-performance camera: equipped with telecentric lenses
  • Fast, simple operation: via SOP control
  • ISS: powerful integrated image analysis software
  • Versatile shape analysis: extensive library for morphological analysis
  • Quality control: convenient tools for reliable quality assurance
  • To measure is to know: practical report generator for individual presentation of the measurement results

Are you already completely convinced by the Fritsch A28? Or do you still have some questions?

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March 28, 2022