Particle Counting Instrumentation & Systems

Particle Counting Instrumentation & Systems
Cesstech offers the complete range of particle counters and monitoring systems for Air (Met One brand), DI water (Hiac/Anatel brand) & Hydraulics (Hiac brand) applications from Beckman Coulter .

As the world leader in particle counting, Beckman Coulter is one of the principal players in ensuring damage due to particle contamination is minimized.

Their products and technologies are in use at virtually every global leader engaged in the manufacture of semiconductors, microelectronics, data storage devices, medical devices and pharmaceuticals.

Besides sales and application, Cesstech also provides the full installation, service, repair and calibration of these range of products supported by our fully equipped calibration laboratories in S'pore, KL-Malaysia and Suzhou-China.
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    Model HHPC+

    6 channels Handheld Particle Counter


    • Large 3.5″ LCD Display
    • 0.3 micron at 0.1cfm
    • Counts 6 sizes simultaneously
    • Lightweight
    • Easy network connectivity via Ethernet
    • USB cable direct to PC
    • Visual particle trending
    • Quick validation of Cleanroom classification
    • Stores up to 10,000 records
    • Battry or AC Operation
    • Stores 100 samples
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    Model 4500

    Remote Airborne Particle Counters (0.3um/0.5um @ 0.1cfm)


    • 0.3 and 0.5 μm sensitivity
    • 0.3 to 5.0 and 0.5 to 10.0 μm detection range
    • Long Life LaserTM diode maximizes life of expensive components
    • Modbus or Pulse communication protocols for ease of integration
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    Model 9703+

    Liquid Particle Counting System (Supports 21 CFR, Part 11 Compliance)


    • Efficient Compliance
    • Highly Flexible
    • Advanced Diagnostics
    • Time saving, Faster & Easier
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    Model UVO

    Online Monitoring System Software


    • Automate data-related tasks for timely information gathering and decision making
    • Easily manage the large quantities of data inherent in continuous monitoring
    • Gain a clear view of facility events for improved quality and system control
    • Detect when parameters fall outside normal ranges and notify responsible parties for action