PORE SIZE AND SURFACE AREA ANALYZERS


BEL range of instruments provide accurate and efficient measurement in specific surface area and pore size distribution, catalyst evaluation and vapor adsorption measurement.

Available in: Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam



Pore Size and Surface Area Analyzers Products


BELSORP-max II

This instrument is our high-end volumetric gas adsorption instrument. In order to obtain useful information about micropore, it is important to measure adsorption isotherm from low relative pressure with accuracy.

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BELSORP-mini II

BELSORP-mini II is a compact, volumetric adsorption measurement instrument used for specific surface area and pore distribution measurement. Up to 3 samples can be measured simultaneously and independently with dedicated software, which makes operation of the instrument straightforward.

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BELSORP-MR6

This instrument can measure BET surface area of a sample quickly. Six-samples can be measured continuously and the instrument can conduct measurement and pretreatment simultaneously. BELSORP-MR6 is useful not only for research but for quality control.

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BELPycno

The BELPycno from BEL can measure true density of a sample via the gas displacement method. It is also capable of high resolution pressure measurement with its variable cell volume, grease-less and one touch sample cell cap. All these features will ensure high accuracy measurement with high ease of use.

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BELSORP-mini X

The all new BELSORPimini X BET surface area and pore size distribution analyzer from BEL can measures up to 4 specimens simultaneously. The new design and model also offers the highest level of precision and reproducibility and a significantly shorter measurement time.

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RuboSORP

RuboSORP Magnetic Suspension Balance technology allows high resolution mass determination under extreme conditions. In order to establish a free levitation position for permanent magnet and measurement object, voltage is applied to an electromagnet outside of the measurement cell.

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