Labman are pleased to announce that the very first mark4 TIDAS is now operational in the New Jersey labs of the Evonik Corporation.
Joe Abrantes, Scientist at Evonik: “The newest model of the TIDAS Instruments is being put through rigorous evaluation and constant use. The upgrades to the software and automatic draw-down device have made this newest member to the TIDAS family an indispensable must have. The results obtained from the TIDAS Instruments have made it easy to show our customers the reality of lab grind analysis without putting on a lab coat, of this we are grateful
Thanks to the Labman Team for the great support and superb customer service. The transition from installation to full practice was a snap.”
The team at Evonik from left to right: Bob Lin (Application Lab Manager), Paul Fallon (Scientist), Anthony Gosselin (Scientist) and Joe Abrantes.
TIDAS was first developed in 1997 to automate the manual Hegman fineness of grind test. This latest version is the result of continuous improvements including LED array camera with Freshnel lens, low voltage components and compatibility with a 32 or 64 bit PC.