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Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies Provides Imaging Particle Analysis

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With the FlowCam® you can analyze particles accurately,
reliably and quickly using automated imaging technology
to advance your research, increase productivity, and ensure quality.

Find your application below and start exploring a better way to analyze your particles.

 

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Phytoplankton & Zooplankton Research

Phytoplankton & Zooplankton Research

A fast, accurate, and easy-to-use alternative to manual microscopy for monitoring community composition.

 Biopharmaceutical and Pharmaceutical Applications

Biopharmaceutical & Pharmaceutical

Quantify protein aggregates, silicone drops, and other particulates in your formulation.

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HAB Monitoring

Differentiate cyanobacteria from other algae to quickly verify the presence and quantity of cyanobacteria 

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Nanoparticles

The only Nano-Flow Imaging™ technology available to image and analyze particles as small as 300 nm in a fluid stream

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Other Aquatic Applications

From microplastics research and aquaculture, to ballast water and paleolimnology, new applications are constantly developed

 Other Industries

General Industry

Particle analysis for inks and pigments, cosmetics, superabrasives, and more!

Meet your particle analysis goals with Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies

Our FlowCam technology was the first to combine the benefits of digital imaging, flow cytometry, and microscopy into a single instrument to help researchers quickly and easily measure the size and shape of microscopic particles in a fluid medium. Today we continue to lead the way in imaging particle analysis.

With YFT you get a partner. We're there for you from initial consultation through training, application development, and support.

Let us help you meet your goals.  Contact us today

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