Unmatched automated stability and ageing analysis
The DataPhysics MultiScan MS 20 enables the automation of stability and ageing analyses for a large variety of colloidal systems.

The MS 20 provides, first and foremost, a precise and accurate determination of the time and temperature dependant properties of multiphase systems. Additionally, it can provide information about changes in the average particle or droplet size, the relative size distribution, and the effective concentration of dispersed phases. Applicable across the varied disciplines of research and development through to production control; the MS 20 ensures the fast, precise and reliable measurement and data analysis. Up to six scan towers, ST, can be attached to the base unit to facilitate time efficient operation and allow direct comparisons of different samples or variability studies of the same sample.
The MS 20 is designed for the software controlled measurement and analysis of:
  the time and temperature dependent stability of dispersions and emulsions
  the sedimentation and creaming characteristics
  the particle and droplets size distribution in multiphase systems
  the particle size in emulsions and dispersions
  the width of the particle size distribution (in combination with a Scan Tower with L2 option ST-xx/L2)
  the coalescence and coagulation phenomena
The MS 20 consists of the base unit with the following technical features:
  base unit with six slots for the connection of up to six independent scan towers, ST-xx
  adaptive control of light intensity
  measuring and control electronics for digital temperature display and control
  barcode scanner for easy and specific sample registration and documĦİentation
  integrated touch sensitive screen for basic operation and control of all connected scan towers, ST
  USB interface to PC system
  integrated power supply

Adapt-ST with cuvette for small sample volumes SC 10

Software MSC 20

Scan Tower ST-TFC/L1


Innovative by Design
MagelekaĦŻs flagship instrument is the MagnoMeter XRS˘â, a powerful and versatile next-generation benchtop low-field NMR relaxometer that provides fast, accurate, particle characterization and surface analysis of dispersions. The MagnoMeter XRS˘â provides unmatched functionality and unparalleled analysis and performance, at any stage of the formulation or manufacture process, across any industry.

Separate magnet/probe assembly pod
Easily exchangeable for different nuclei and/or higher field strength magnets Highly customizable pulse sequencing Phase cycling, composite pulses, two channel RF, and 1D, 2D, and 3D shaped gradients Remote operation For use in controlled, hazardous, or radioactive environments.

Uses regular length NMR tubes
Four diameters available, from 2mm (highest resolution) to 10mm (lowest resolution)

Highly customizable pulse sequencing
Phase cycling, composite pulses, two channel RF, and 1D, 2D, and 3D shaped gradients

Simple and intuitive software
Easy to use and upgrade PC software and a dedicated dual core ARM9 processor running Debian

Remote operation
For use in controlled, hazardous, or radioactive environments.

All industry relevant concentrations
Measure materials or products at any stage of the formulation and manufacturing process

Separate magnet/sample probe assembly
The magnet/sample probe assembly called a MagnoPod˘â is a separate, temperature-controlled unit. This practical feature allows the MagnoMeter XRS˘â to be operated remotely. Each unit can accommodate multiple MagnoPods˘â, which adds flexibility and extends the scope of any application. The MagnoMeter XRS˘â is ideal for use in controlled or hazardous environments, and can be integrated into production equipment. The small footprint saves space in any lab, and the low weight makes it easily portable.

By direct digital synthesis (DDS)
At the heart of the MagnoMeter XRS˘â is state of the art NMR technology (patent pending). It features Direct Digital Synthesis, which incorporates a software defined radio device. Radio frequency generation and detection is done digitally there are no analogue multiplexing steps in detecting the NMR signal. This next generation technology provides the MagnoMeter XRS˘â with exceptional resolution of complex solid-liquid and liquid-liquid formulations at any concentration and at significantly faster speeds than the competition.

MagnoSoft˘â: simple and intuitive software
Measurements using the MagnoMeter XRS˘â are based on its simple and intuitive MagnoSoft˘â program, and operation requires minimal training and expertise. The MagnoSoft˘â program can control multiple MagnoPods˘â from one central control unit, which adds incredible flexibility and eliminates the need to purchase multiple instruments.

Highly customizable pulse sequencing
The MagnoMeter XRS˘â features phase cycling, composite pulses, and two-channel radio frequency and 3D shaped gradients, all customizable by the pulse programming interface of the MagnoSoft˘â program. This makes possible 1D, 2D, and 3D imaging, robust self-diffusion measurement (10-9 to 10-13 m2s-1), droplet sizing analysis, polymer characterization in solution and melts, and more.

Uses regular length NMR tubes
With the MagnoMeter XRS˘â there is no need to change the way you work or the type of NMR tube you use. It is challenging to fill a narrow NMR tube with a highly viscous fluid, so larger-diameter tubes are needed. Conversely, when sample volume is very low, or higher resolution is needed, a narrow diameter tube is ideal. Accordingly, the MagnoPod˘â can accommodate four different diameter NMR tubes: 2 mm (highest resolution), 4 mm (standard resolution), 8 mm (lower resolution) and 10 mm (lowest resolution).