Posts tagged Coulter Principle

Evaluating Particle Content and Filtration Efficiency in Beer

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What could be more important than testing the quality of beer? I have my own traditional method, which involves downing large quantities and then observing the effects, but as a scientist I am aware that there are many flaws in this approach. While looking through the Beckman Coulter website I recently came across an interesting paper on how to use a Coulter Counter in assessing the particle content of beer and evaluating the efficiency of the filtration applied to it. Continue reading Evaluating Particle Content and Filtration Efficiency in Beer

Multisizer 3 Coulter Counter

 

Multisizer 3 Coulter CounterYou will find a brief account of the Multisizer 4 Coulter Counter from Beckman Coulter elsewhere on this site. A similarly versatile and accurate instrument for particle sizing and counting is the Multisizer 3. Meritics will be happy to show you the differences and relate them to your particular needs. Continue reading Multisizer 3 Coulter Counter

A Bit of Coulter Counter History

The Coulter Principle was by no means the only discovery made by Wallace H Coulter (1913 – 1998) but it’s certainly the best known. This influential inventor, electrical engineer and businessman has no fewer than 85 patents to his name. Continue reading A Bit of Coulter Counter History