Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer Spectrometers
Measures aerosol particles in the range from 10 to 487 nm and displays data using 54 size channels.
Measure particles from 0.0025 to 1.0 µm and display data using up to 167 actual size channels.
The TSI NanoScan SMPS opens the door to routine nanoparticle size measurements.
Model 3938 is the 3rd generation of SMPS; trusted by researchers for over 30 years.
Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer Spectrometers from TSI
TSI's Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer Spectrometers are a high resolution nanoparticle sizer that has long been hailed as the researcher's choice for nanoparticle size characterization for nano applications including nano research and development.
TSI’s SMPS™ Spectrometer is widely used as the standard method to measure airborne particle size distributions. These particle sizers are also routinely used to make accurate nanoparticle size measurements of particles suspended in liquids. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) uses a TSI DMA to size 60 nm and 100 nm standard reference materials suspended in liquid (polystyrene latex spheres or PSL.
SMPS™ spectrometer sizing is a discreet technique in which number concentrations are measured directly without assuming the shape of the particle size distribution. The method is independent of the refractive index of the particle or fluid, and has a high degree of absolute sizing accuracy and measurement repeatability. Trusted by researchers, the TSI Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer™ Spectrometer (SMPS) has provided high quality data for over 30 years.
Features and Benefits
- High resolution data – up to 167 channels
- Broad size range – from 2.5 nm to 1,000 nm
- Fast measurements – complete size distributions in 16 seconds
- Wide concentration range from 1 to 107 particles/cm3
- Flexible set-up options; choice of water or butanol CPC fluid; choice of traditional or non-radioactive neutralizer
- Computer automated flow control
- ISO 15900:2009 compliant particle sizing method
- Easy to set-up and operate
- Discreet particle measurement: works well for multi-mode samples independent of optical properties of the particles
- Nanotechnology research and materials synthesis
- Atmospheric studies and environmental monitoring
- Combustion and engine exhaust studies
- Indoor air quality measurements
- Nucleation/condensation studies
- Inhalation toxicology studies
- Electrostatic Classifier with your choice of DMA column
- One of six CPCs
- Aerosol Instrument Manager® software
Computers for data collection must be purchased separately.