Customer trade-in program
Products for Rapid, Reliable, and Accurate Particle Sizing and Advanced Zeta Potential Analysis
Are you interested in saving money on upgrading your particle characterization laboratory equipment?
Our trade-in program allows you to take advantage of the latest technologies available by Brookhaven Instruments while minimizing the impact purchasing new instrumentation equipment can sometimes cause.
Submit the form below and one of our experts will contact you with more details about the program.
Why should you consider a trade-in? Here are just a few great reasons:
Switch from a legacy instrument to a modern instrument.
We’ve been in business for over 40 years, and a lot has changed since then! Free up valuable benchtop space and take advantage of updated support capabilities, software and computer compatibility, and more by switching to a modernized platform with a smaller footprint.
Upgrade your existing instrument.
Have your needs changed? Do you want to add an additional scattering angle or Phase Analysis Light Scattering for sensitive measurements? The NanoBrook is designed to be fully configurable to meet your changing needs. If you are looking to save time and money, our service technicians will upgrade your current NanoBrook to suit your new requirement and ensure it meets performance qualifications before it’s returned to you.
Not all applications are equal! Need to transition to a new platform for your unique particle characterization needs? We offer several options, from our convenient benchtop NanoBrook series, to our robust BI-200SM Goniometer for in-depth research and analysis. Use our trade-in program to make the switch!
No trade-in? No worries! Our experts are here to help you select the appropriate instrument at a great price while providing method development support to ensure that results are meaningful.
Start saving now by putting the equity in your existing equipment to work!
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Particle SizingMany natural and manufactured products involve particulate materials either in their final state or at some stage in their production. Particle size and particle size distribution are, therefore, often critically important parameters.
Zeta PotentialAlmost all particulate or macroscopic materials in contact with a liquid acquire an electronic charge on their surfaces. Zeta potential is an important and useful indicator of this charge which can be used to predict and control the stability of colloidal suspensions or emulsions.
Molecular WeightMolecular weight and size are two key properties of all macromolecules including biologically important and synthetic polymers. Performance and processability are directly related to these parameters.
Custom ApplicationsWe’re happy to add features and capabilities to our standard line of instruments to meet your unique testing requirements.