Anton Paar Porous Material and Powder Testing Instrumentation Added to Particle Technology Labs Manufacturer Offerings
Particle Technology Labs is pleased to announce our recent collaboration with Anton Paar, manufacturer of analytical instrumentation for particle characterization. With this collaboration, PTL will offer testing services with our newly-equipped suite of Anton Paar porous material and powder testing instrumentation. This collaboration will also include contract testing for Anton Paar for the midwest and eastern portion of the United States.
William Kopesky, Director of Analytical Services at PTL states, “One of our primary goals is to offer our clients diversity in instrument manufacturers in order to meet their testing needs. Adding Anton Paar to our manufacturer offerings continues to work toward this goal. With almost 30 years of experience in the independent particle characterization testing field, we can readily incorporate Anton Paar’s instrumentation into our laboratory. At the same time, we have allocated resources to successfully manage the increased contract client testing base we will now serve. We will also be able to offer ISO and cGMP compliant results to those clients which require it. We are excited to work with Anton Paar and appreciate the trust they have shown through this collaboration.”
Georg Cortolezis-Supp, CEO at Anton Paar QuantaTec, underlined the significance of the partnership: “PTL’s dedication to independent, accurate, and bias-free particle analysis testing makes them a natural fit for us as a partner,” he said. “With this collaboration, Anton Paar can continue to take forward what it does best: develop, manufacture and support the best particle and porous materials characterization instrumentation.”
The partnership’s testing services are now fully operational, with cGMP compliance for applicable instrumentation following later this year. Capabilities offered by Anton Paar’s instrumentation suite at PTL will include physisorption, chemisorption, vapor sorption, solid density analysis, and pore size analysis.