Porometer launches new pore size measurement instrument

Porometer has launched the Porolux Revo, a new instrument for pore size measurement.

The Porolux Revo features the patent pending MP² (multistage pressure process) technology, which ensures a smooth pressure increase during the measurement process and speeds up the process of reaching flow and pressure stability. This advanced pressure build-up process makes it possible to do measurements with smaller, perfectly uniform pressure steps, with accurate and reproducible pore size results.

One of the advantages of the MP² technology is the more gentle approach towards the desired pressure point, making it possible to register a data point even in the pore opening region. This results in a smoother wet and more detailed pore size distribution curves, providing users with even greater insights into their samples. In addition to the innovative MP² technology, a wide range of filter media can be accurately tested. Polymeric membranes, porous metals, nonwoven fabrics and other porous materials can now be measured in minutes with the Porolux Revo.

The Porolux Revo also features an intuitive and easy-to-use software that allows users to change many parameters with just a click of the mouse, enabling them to tailor the measurement to their exact needs.

"We're thrilled to be launching the Porolux Revo," said Danny Pattyn, managing director of Porometer. "This new instrument sets the bar for accuracy and reproducibility in pore size measurement, and we're confident that it will make a real difference for our customers. We can't wait to show our customers how advanced the new patent-pending MP² technology is and demonstrate the many state-of-the art features of this instrument."

Porometer's instruments are used in a variety of filtration applications, including industrial filtration, biotechnology, water treatment and energy transition.