Fritsch Milling & Sizing Names Horiba Scientific Exclusive Distributor for Americas

Horiba will distribute the Analysette 28 ImageSizer.

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Analysette 28 ImageSizer
Fritsch Milling & Sizing Inc. has selected Horiba Scientific to exclusively distribute the Analysette 28 ImageSizer.Image courtesy of Fritsch Milling & Sizing

Fritsch Milling & Sizing Inc., the US subsidiary of Fritsch GmbH, has selected Horiba Scientific to exclusively distribute the Analysette 28 ImageSizer.

The Analysette 28 dynamic image analyzer (DIA) is ideal for applications that require reproducible, accurate measurements for particle size and shape of powders and bulk solids (measuring range 20µm–20mm), as well as suspensions and emulsions (measuring range 5µm–3mm).

“We are very pleased to announce this exciting collaboration. When evaluating our strategy for growth in the Americas, Horiba was an ideal match due to their experience and similar culture,” stated Melissa Fauth, CEO of US operations for Fritsch.

“Both companies value the importance of solving challenges in partnership with each other and our clients. We are confident that HORIBA’s extensive and highly experienced personnel resource network provides significant benefits to all organizations involved. We look forward to revenue growth for both companies and growth for the many clients who count on Fritsch technology for safe, quality products, and ROI through lab analysis,” said Fauth.

Dr. Michael Pohl, Horiba’s VP of Scientific Instruments said, “This new partnership will be mutually beneficial. Horiba will gain experience in the milling marketplace and other applications, while Fritsch will gain access to the Horiba distribution channel throughout the Americas. This will strengthen both companies in their efforts to compete more effectively in the particle characterization field.”


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