BeVision S1: Static Image Analyzer for Wet and Dry Measurements

The BeVision S1 is a static image analyzer that offers a simple way to measure and analyze the shape and size of particles in a range of 1 - 3000 µm. It is easy to use while staying accurate and reliable. The BeVision software offers 24 particle size and shape parameters and further organizes the data into an all-around validation of particles. 

The BeVision S1 is not only a reliable, independent particle size and shape analyzer, but can also be an ideal match for laser diffraction particle analyzers as an aid or a verification.

How to Install and Operate BeVision S1

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Features and Benefits

  • Optional models for various applications
  • Results in compliance with ISO 9276-6
  • Powerful software makes work easier
  • Measurement range of 1 to 3000 µm
  • Both dry and wet measurements
  • A cost-effective solution for particle analysis
  • Reports that can be customized for various evaluation possibilities
  • 24 different particle size and shape parameters

Why Use the Image Analysis Method?

  • The image analysis method is easy. Users can capture an image of particles, identify particles, and then measure their size and shape. Each step of image analysis is straightforward and clear.
  • Shape analysis can be carried out; it is possible to examine a particle’s shape in addition to its size by looking at it directly.
  • The image analysis method identifies the shape and size of every individual particle before adding them up to create a statistic. Details of particle shape or size distribution can be accurately provided.

Why Use the Static Image Analysis Method?

  • Clear Vision: In static image analyzers, precision microscopes and high-resolution cameras are specifically designed for producing high-quality particle images.
  • Undersized Particle Sensitivity: The static image analysis method is sensitive to undersized particles, and it is even possible to estimate their sizes.
  • Small Sample Volume: The static image analysis method only requires a small number of samples. Only a few drops of emulsions or a few micrograms of powder are needed to perform a measurement.

Particle Size Parameters

  • Equivalent diameters: Area-equivalent diameter, perimeter-equivalent diameter; Feret diameters: Maximum and minimum Feret diameters, XLF (“length”)
  • Martin diameters: Maximum and minimum Martin diameters; Legendre ellipse: Major and minor axes

BeVision S1: Particle Size and Shape Analysis

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Particle Shape Parameters

  • Size difference in two directions: Aspect ratio, L/W ratio, ellipse ratio; Round-likeness and rectangle-likeness: Circularity, irregularity, compactness, extent, box ratio
  • Contour concavity: Concavity, convexity, solidity; For elongated particles: Elongation, straightness

BeVision S1: Particle Size and Shape Analysis

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BeVision Software: Visualized Insights

BeVision S1: Particle Size and Shape Analysis

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  • Abrasives
  • Agriculture
  • Biology and Microorganisms
  • Ceramics
  • Metal Powders
  • Mining & Materials
  • Paints, Inks & Coatings
  • Pharmaceuticals

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BeVision S1: Particle Size and Shape Analysis

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