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LUM opens an application laboratory in Paris in collaboration with ACIL

17-Jun-2011 - France

In collaboration with the French company ACIL Sarl, LUM GmbH, Germany, opens an application laboratory in Paris. With immediate effect all French customers and interested parties are kindly invited to get latest information about LUM instruments for direct and fast stability evaluation and particle characterization of dispersions on the location in Paris. The team of ACIL provides the French customers with competent support on all technical and commercial questions and performs application studies as well as customer tests in their own lab. For that reason the Demixing Tester LUMiCheck® as first step in dispersion analysis is available. This instrument is especially designed for the quality assurance lab. It is used for the uncomplicated, comparative stability analysis and particle characterization of dispersions in their original state (without sample preparation or dilution).

Currently, numerous measurements with samples from cosmetics, pharma and food industries are running in Paris in the new generation of the Dispersion Analyzer LUMiSizer®, it combines the capabilities of a complete dispersion lab in just one instrument.

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