A rock sample is held in the sample chamber and compressive stress is applied. While the sample is under compressive stress, the desired properties are measured. The PMI Automated Capillary Pressure and Resistive Tester is used to determine the properties of cut samples at certain confining pressure while measuring resistance.
PMI Membrane Manufacturing Machines can be used to create cast Flat Sheet Membranes and Hollow Fiber Membranes. The machine permits adjustment of fabrication parameters so that membranes with different characteristics could be made for development, research, and many wide varities of application and filteration.
Capillary Flow Porometer The PMI Capillary Flow Porometer is used for R&D and quality control in industries worldwide such as filtration, nonwovens, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, healthcare, household, food, hygienic products, fuel cell, water purification, and battery. Samples often tested include filter media, membranes, paper, powders, ceramics, battery separators and health care products. Liquid Extrusion Porosimeter The PMI Liquid Extrusion Porosimeter is a unique instrument with the ability to measure through-pore volume, volume distribution and liquid permeability without using mercury. The instrument is employed for characterization of porous materials used in many industries such as biotech, pharmaceutical, filtration, food, and environment. It produces no harmful effects on personnel or environment.
The APP Automated Burst Pressure Tester (ABPT) determines the exact pressure at which materials burst or fail within a pressure range of atmospheric to 5000 PSI (pneumatic system) and atmospheric to 60,000 PSI (hydraulic system). The ABPT is completely microprocessor controlled and fully automated.
The PMI Automated Hydraulic Pressure Leak Tester provides precise pressure generation and control from atmospheric pressure up to 60,000 PSI. The APCS is completely microprocessor controlled and fully automated. The system allows user to define multiple target pressures, holding times, and pressurization rates. The APCS can be incorporated into an already existing larger system, or operate independently.