About us

ANASYSTA e.K. is an owner managed company which has been specialized in analytical systems for the characterization of cells, particles, emulsions and dispersions for over 20 years. By different optical and physical techniques particle sizes can be determined to stabilize and optimize product qualities. Furthermore, we offer solutions to study molecular interactions.

Our customers are well-known research institutes, companies and industry in the sectors chemistry, pharmacy, biotechnology, water, groceries, renewable energies and semiconductor industry in Europe. We offer our customers all-around service for the whole lifespan of the installed systems. These systems are applied both in research and quality assurance.

Through our close contact with our customers, we encounter fascinating issues in research and development. Together, we tackle arising challenges, such as the development of measuring principles or concepts for quality assurance.

Due to the close contact to customers and manufacturers of our systems we became an experienced and reliable partner for high quality and solution-oriented demands and interests to both sides.

Due to long-term experience and the close contact to our customers we became experts in the field of particle analysis and can support you with accession, adaptation of your already available systems and help solve arising problems.


Our portfolio consists of:

  • Basic guidance regarding the available state of the art procedures and measurements (particle analysis, molecular interaction analysis)
  • Product demonstrations as well as sample analyses
  • Supply and installation of test systems
  • Support during the test- and pilot phase
  • Development of the corresponding sample preparation for significant results (method development)
  • Installation, implementation, adaptation and qualification of lab and production systems
  • Training/coaching, support, maintenance, IQ/OQ/GMP
  • System replacement and disposal
  • Service lab for one-time sample measurements as well as framework agreements for regular measurements