20 nm Liquid Particle Counter: Ultra DI® 20 Plus
Sensitivity range: 20 - 100 nm
Designed specifically for ultrapure water systems, the Ultra DI® 20 Plus liquid particle counter from Particle Measuring Systems (PMS®) quickly obtains statistically meaningful data and will count and size contaminants as small as 20 nm. Consistency helps you get more out of your data, even if the instrument moves, so you have more control over your process. The Ultra DI 20 Plus Liquid Particle Counter has a low zero count, large sample volume and high counting efficiency that provides benchmark particle detection. Improved sensitivity allows you to detect process variations more quickly with 20 nm polystyrene latex (PSL) and 9 nm gold (Au).
The UDI-20 liquid particle counter is one of Particle Measuring Systems’ “Industry Leading Sensitivity” products. This means that there are no products on the market that are more sensitive than these and only PMS offers a line of products covering this many elements of production monitoring. PMS currently leads the market in monitoring performance, sensitivity and reliability in the Ultrapure Water, Chemical and Airborne Molecular Contamination Monitoring fields. PMS’ superior knowledge, technology and service provides High Tech and Chemical manufacturing companies with the most advanced tools to make accurate data-driven decisions, improving both performance and yield.
In this interview, Dwight Beal, Product Line Manager at PMS and industry expert on liquids contamination monitoring, talks about the newly released Ultra DI 20 Plus UPW particle counter. The new Ultra DI 20 Plus delivers the industry-leading 20 nm sensitivity and features of its predecessor, plus unrivaled particle matching, portability, and new applications.
- Monitoring of UPW Systems Using Ultra DI® 20
- Which Ultrapure Water Particle Counter is Best for Your Application?
- Particle Monitoring Strategies in UPW: 300 mm Fabs
- Statistics of Particle Counting in Ultrapure Water
- Characterization of Critical Factors Affecting the Stabilization Time of Particle Measurements in Ultra-Pure Water Systems
- Factors Affecting Microbubbles in Liquids
- Troubleshooting for Liquid Particle Counting
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