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The Kinexus rheometer design has been underpinned with the market-defining strengths of the previous generation Bohlin rheometers, coupled with advances in shear and vertical (axial) testing, to deliver a rotational rheometer platform with unprecedented dual-action capabilities. Unique rSpace software provides a user interface that offers total flexibility of test set-up for research and development, through to Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) driven testing for more routine rheological requirements.
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Rheology is defined as the science of deformation and flow and in particular refers to materials that show viscoelastic or non-Newtonian behaviour when stressed. Such materials include suspensions, emulsions, polymer solutions and foams to name but a...
This webinar discusses the use of the flexible gapping system of Kinexus to allow the use of a range of novel geometries to measure otherwise difficult to characterise disperse systems. Comparisons will be made on model systems, a zero-shear viscosit...
If you’ve got a rotational rheometer question and don’t know who to ask then this webinar is for you!
Our very own rheology guru Chuck Rohn will be answering ten of the most common questions he has been asked over his long career in the field of rh...
This application note discusses the methodology and results for the rheological characterization of Opthalmic Viscosurgical Devices (OVDs) according to the International Standard ISO15798:2013
This article highlights how engineering high performance ceramic inkjet inks relies on measuring viscosity across the broad range of shear rates experienced during printing. This shear range can be accessed by combining rotational rheometry for low s...
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