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Liquid borne Particle Counter (LPC)
By : Kamonworanee Category : Technology

Syringe Liquid Particle Sampler SLS-1200, LiQuilaz® S02 Particle Counter


Liquid borne Particle Count testing method is used for measuring the particles suspended in a liquid medium, on a surface or within a fluid delivery line. This technique is determining particle size distributions and for counting the number of particles suspended in the liquid. The liquid flow through the high intensity light source (laser) and instrument photo detector determines particle sizes by light blocking or light scattering technique.

The surface particle shall be suspended on liquid medium by various extraction techniques such as shaking, agitation, spraying or ultrasonic. Once finish the extraction, the LPC system shall fully automated operate for particle sizing and counting.

Key Features

  • Sensitivity range is 0.2 to 2 µm particle size (minimum particle size 0.2 µm)
  • Required small sample volume (best for very limited sample)
  • Programable particle size thresholds
  • Fully automated system
  • Compatibility with both corrosive and non-corrosive liquids



ALS Pathumthani provides all extraction techniques to fit for client product or application. We test for many applications; for example, drinking water, ultrapure water, particle contamination on electronics part, automotive particle, and pharmaceutical or medical product.