Flow Imaging Microscopy
Particle Analysis with Vision®
Obtain the highest-resolution images to analyze the shape, size, and count of subvisible particles and microplankton with FlowCam.
Identify the contents of your sample with confidence.
Particle Analysis Applications
Leading flow imaging analysis for oceanographic research, municipal water quality monitoring, biophysical analysis of API aggregates, cell and gene therapy, food and beverage analysis, materials characterization and many other areas of research.
Ensure the safety and efficacy of your biologic drug products
Flow Imaging Microscopy is a recommended orthogonal method to Light Obscuration for determining subvisible particulate content in parenteral drug formulations per USP <1788>.
Due to its exceptional image quality, FlowCam has become an indispensable tool in biotherapeutics research, formulation, and development for proteins, nano-drug delivery systems, and cell and gene therapy products.
Add speed and reliability to your microplankton analysis
FlowCam is the fast and accurate alternative to manual microscopy for quantifying phytoplankton and zooplankton biovolume and community composition, monitoring source water, and identifying cyanobacteria and harmful algal blooms.
Monitor particle shape to improve product quality and performance
FlowCam combines particle counting and sizing with morphology to characterize microscopic particles in a wide variety of materials, environmental, and chemical applications: from food and beverage ingredients to crop science, printer toner, fiber analysis, additive manufacturing, and polymer composition analysis.
How it Works
Particle Count, Size, and Morphology with Flow Imaging Microscopy
FlowCam rapidly acquires digital images of particles to measure particle size and morphology. Up to 50,000 particles/minute may be imaged in real time and analyzed based on more than 40 morphological parameters. Optional artificial intelligence tools for biopharmaceutical applications allow automated particle identification.
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