A porosity test of your materials by Delft Solids Solutions
The porosity test is a key analytical method when it comes to the testing of solids and powders.
After all, the effectiveness, activity and performance of materials such as these are strongly influenced by their porosity and surface area characteristics.
For a reliable porosity analysis service, contact testing laboratory Delft Solids Solutions. For the measurement of porosity , we possess a wide range of state-of-the-art solids and powder testing equipment.
The porosity tests we can do for you include, for instance:
- Mercury porosimetry
In the case of the latter technique, the nitrogen adsorption method is used most frequently, but adsorption of other gases can be done by our laboratory test service as well.
Helium pycnometry, a density test method that can deliver valuable data in a powder flowability test, amongst others, is also part of the broad range of porosity test techniques that we use.
The porosity test, the powder flowability test and more: Delft Solids Solutions
The behavior of fine powders and particles during transport, handling and processing is dependent upon a wide variety of physical properties.
Using the porosity test, the powder flowability test and a variety of other analytical techniques, Delft Solids Solutions – a provider of independent lab services in Delft, the Netherlands – can accurately determine many of these essential properties for you.
Our sophisticated test laboratory employs a wide range of chemical composition, sizing and porosity measurement techniques. Many of these laboratory testing methods can be executed according to ASTM or ISO standards or based on customer specifications.
Size, composition and porosity test results or other laboratory test analysis data requested typically can be provided within 10 working days.
- Porosity measurement
- Thermogravimetric analyzer
- Mercury intrusion
- BET analysis
- Catalyst characterization
- Particle size analyzer
- BET surface area analysis
- Sieve analysis test
- Helium pycnometry
- Porosity test
- Powder characterization
- Particle size analysis
- Chemisorption analyzer
- Mercury porosimetry