New Energy

     We have several analytical instruments that can be used in the research related to biofuels and hydrogen energy for lithium batteries, solar energy, biomass and renewable energy. The material pore structure, porosity, surface area, pore volume, density, pore size, gas permeability, liquid permeability, high temperature and high pressure reaction and catalytic reaction of the material can be explored.

Automatic Capillary Flow Porometer

Suitable for the measuring and analysis of pore structures of porous materials such as membrane, paper, non-woven, fabric,cartridge,nanofiber(electrospinning fiber), hollow fiber, PTFE…, asthrough poreconstrict pore(include largest pore size, bubble point, pore size distribution), liquid permeability, gas permeability and pore surface area。


Water Intrusion Porosimeter / Aquapore

Aquapore (Water Intrusion Porosimeter) is developed by PMI and can be used to measuring polymer film, small solids and powder samples. The pore structure characteristics, such as the porosity, the pore volume, the pore size distribution, and the pore volume distribution of the through pore and the blind pore. It is a more special and safer application than the current mercury intrusion meter, so it is the safest and most accurate Porosimeter.


BET / Sorptometer

The PMI BET is a fully automated instrument for measurement of adsorption characteristics of various gases on catalysts for multipurpose applications. It iscapable of measuring a wide range of adsorption isotherms for the estimation of sorption/physisorption, chemisorption and vapour adsorption characteristics, surface area, pore size distribution, including micropore size distribution analysis by using gas adsorption. The PMI BET comes with all the accessories and features for sample preparation & treatment.


High Pressure Reactor (Stirred Type) R-201

The high pressure reactor is suitable for the research application and program control of high temperature and high pressure chemical reactions in various laboratories today. The main function of the reactor is to control various conditions in the reaction process, such as pressure, temperature, volume, residence time, concentration of each reactant, reaction rate, heat transfer coefficient, stirring rate and other parameters, as well as a chemical reaction vessel as a reactant.


Catatest Reactor R-301

When the feed gas passes through the solid catalyst layer, the particles of the catalyst are stationary, so the thermal conductivity of the bed is not good, and the temperature distribution of the bed may be uneven. Accordingly, the reactor must be designed to ensure good gas-solid contact, and includes a supply / take away the heat, and the reaction can be performed at a suitable temperature. Usually the reaction bed is difficult to maintain isothermal, so most fixed bed reactors are non-isothermal reactors. The non-isothermal reactor is further divided into adiabatic variable temperature type and non-adiabatic temperature change type.