Our most popular test is our Filter Cut Point or 'Challenge Test'. Performed dry, glass microspheres are fluidised by a Sonic sifting action, challenging the filter to provide the d97%.
Samples must have an estimated cut point of between 20 and 600 microns. We require 90mm flat circular discs in order to perform the test (if possible, please send 2 samples per test. This is simply to ensure a good set up)
Please label your samples clearly - Whatever you label your samples with will be referenced on your certificate. Ideally send your samples sealed in a labelled plastic bag. Also, if possible, please indicate an estimated nominal pore size for each sample.
Results are returned as a PDF NIST Traceable Certificate via email within 5 days of our receiving your samples.
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