Particle Analysis

Anasysta e.K provides system solutions and expertise regarding all questions in the field of particles analysis in liquids. Our approaches are based on dynamic imaging of particles, cells and microorganisms as well as the determination of size distributions, concentrations and specific surfaces of nanoparticles in suspension.


The classical denotation of the term Morphology is about studying the structure and form of macroscopic organisms. Dividing particles in various classes and explaining their properties by fitting parameters is goal of the morphology.


The counting of particles is likewise a cornerstone of biologic, chemical, medical and physical analysis methods. Generally, there is differentiation between particle-counter and single-particle-counter. Particle counts are from utmost importance in the manufacturing process of pharmaceutical products just as in the inspection of cleanness of industrial processes.


The specific surface area is a decisive for the potency of medicine, the efficiency of batteries or the efficacy of Cosmetics like Creams. Understood as the specific surface area is the total surface area of a solid, thus a porous object has larger specific area than a solid one.


A system is considered stable, if it does not change in time under the influence of no or just a small external force. Little variance is mandatory for constant quality and, especially, final products have to be stable permanently.


Characterization of particle dimensions of disperse systems – or just simple determination of the particle size, is of great interest in the industrial, biological and pharmaceutical sector. Countless properties are tied to the size of a particle, like dispersion and flow behavior, stability of particle ensembles and agglomeration attributes.


A manual evaluation of polydisperse water samples with a large number of various organisms, is a highly time-consuming procedure. By the means of software categorization and classification, this process gets not only much more convenient, but also with significantly increased accuracy.