RBG system

The RBG series is the classic equipment amongst the dry dispersers for low mass flows. This classic equipment was was invented at the KIT Karlsruhe in the early seventies of the last century. The further development of this classic equipment, which was associated with the founding of Palas® in 1983, led to today's RBG series. As early as 1986, Palas® GmbH was awarded the Innovation Prize of Baden-Württemberg for this further development.Not least due to the model versions that offer advantages for a variety of applications, the RBG series is employed worldwide for reliable and reproducible generation of test aerosols from powders and dusts. Particle size distributions of the powders in the range of < 100 nm up to 100 µm, both ploydisperse and monodisperse, are possible. Mass flows can be adjusted from a few mg/m3 up to approx. 600 g/m3 . Depending on the model version, the RBG can also disperse against 3 barg overpressure, and can be operated automatically via a computer. The special advantages of the RBG are described in numerous publications. Differences between RBG 1000 and RBG 2000   RBG 1000 RBG 2000 Volume flow 0.5 – 5.0 m3/h 2.5 – 5.0 m3/h Dimensions 465 • 320 • 200 mm (H • W • D) 1,160 • 530 • 500 mm (H • W • D) Weight approx. 19 kg approx. 40 kg Mass flow (particles) 0.04 – 430 g/h (with an assumed compacted density of 1 g/cm3) 1 – 560 g/h (with an assumed compacted density of 1 g/cm3) Reservoir diameter 7, 10, 14, 20, 28 mm 16, 20, 28, 32 mm Reservoir length 70 mm 180 mm dispersion cover Type A, type B, type C, type D Type A, type D

RBG 1000

RBG 1000

Generation of test aerosols from powders, pollen, and spores, mass flow approx. 10 mg/h – 430 g/h

RBG 2000

RBG 2000

Generation of test aerosols from powders, pollen, and spores, mass flow approx. 200 mg/h - 560 g/h

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