ZA500 ZetaAcoustic Analyzer - High Resolution
Zeta Potential Without Dilution.
Quickly, Easily, and with little
or No Sample Preparation!
Rugged and Versatile. ZetaAcoustic
Analyzes: Aqueous…Non-Aqueous …Opaque…Viscous…NanoParticles?
Automatic Titration for easiest IEP
Ideal for Lab and Plant use...R&D,
QC and On-Line
The ZA500, ZetaAcoustic, Zeta potential analyzer combines Electro-acoustic
with Acoustic measurements into the most powerful, highest-resolution,
undiluted Zeta potential analysis. Matec Applied Sciences (MAS)
invented the Electrokinetic Sonic Amplitude (ESA) technique for
high percent solids Zeta measurements. Using our unmatched expertise
in Zeta potential and Particle Size analysis instrumentation, MAS
has designed the most powerful Zeta potential instrument yet. Here
are some of the many benefi ts the ZA500 offers:
- Zeta measurements without sample dilution
or sample preparation, thus eliminating operator errors, and data
uncertainty while saving time.
- High-resolution/accuracy Zeta measurements
by combining Electrokinetic and Acoustic measurements into a single
- Automatic Particle Size Correction
(via acoustic measurement) required for most-accurate Zeta measurement
(1 nanometer to 30 microns).
- Automatic/Unattended Potentiometric
and Volumetric Titrations for easiest and fastest Iso-Electric
Point (IEP) determination, Surfactant Adsorption Effects, and
many other dynamic measurements.
- No particle-settling adverse effects
thanks to its onboard sample mixing and/or pumping capability
- Zeta dip sensor allows measurements
in sample cell or standalone containers.
- Rugged, suitable for most samples including
nanoparticles, aqueous, non-aqueous, highly viscous, low-to-high
percent solids (0.1 to 60% vol), and 0-14 pH among others.
- Simultaneous pH, Conductivity, and
- Free lifetime consulting with any of
our Matec colloid experts…whether related to the ZetaAcoustic…or
any other colloid-science topic.
The figures below show examples of automatic, unattended potentiometric
titrations of an alumina (top), and a titania sample. Their IEP locations are readily determined
by the ZetaAcoustic instrument.