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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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Measurement
Rheology and viscosity
Torque range
0.5nNm to 250mNm
Temperature range
-40°C to 300°C
Technology
Rheometry - rotational
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Kinexus pro+ Research grade rheometer for complex fluids characterization Image
Measurement
Rheology and viscosity
Torque range
2nNm to 200mNm
Temperature range
-40°C to 300°C
Technology
Rheometry - rotational
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Kinexus lab+ Rotational rheometer for routine and Quality Control testing Image
Measurement
Rheology and viscosity
Torque range
10nNm to 200mNm
Temperature range
-40°C to 300°C
Technology
Rheometry - rotational
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Kinexus DSR range Next generation dynamic shear rheometers for asphalt (bitumen) testing. Kinexus DSR asphalt rheometer
Measurement
Rheology and viscosity
Torque range
2nNm to 200mNm
Temperature range
-40°C to 300°C
Technology
Rheometry - rotational
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Using rheology to understand the structure-processing-property relationships of thermoplastic melts and composites Webinar - Live (English)

In this webinar we will show how to measure and apply rheological material functions which are relevant to polymer fabrication and processing. We will address the four general categories of requirements for manufacturing the thousands of products pro...

Product:
Kinexus range
Date:
June 16 2016
Language:
English


Demo at your desk: Kinexus Webinar - Recorded (English)

This live online demo is designed to provide you with a virtual hands-on introduction to the Kinexus rheometer. In this webinar, you will be able to take a look at the Kinexus rheometer and some of its typical measurement systems (geometries) and acc...

Product:
Kinexus range
Date recorded:
April 28 2016
Language:
English


Thixotropy! What is it? Why is it important? How do I measure it? Webinar - Recorded (English)

Thixotropy is associated with reversible, microstructural and time dependent changes that come about due to local spatial rearrangement of microstructural components in a structured fluid. This frequently found time-response of a microstructure th...

Product:
Kinexus range
Date recorded:
March 16 2016
Language:
English


Comparing the rheology and particle size of smoothies made with different blenders Application Note (English)

Two smoothie makers have been evaluated and compared by measuring the particle (fiber) size and viscosity of two different smoothies recipes to see which smoothie maker gave the smoothest blend. 



Rheological characterization of asphalt binders at low temperatures by using the 4-mm DSR technique. Part 2 Webinar - Recorded (English)

Recently, it has become increasingly popular to measure the low-temperature rheological properties of asphalt binders by using 4-mm parallel plate geometry on a rotational rheometer. In this webinar, rheological data measured with this so-called “4-m...

Product:
Kinexus DSR range
Date recorded:
February 17 2016
Language:
English

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Using rheology to understand the structure-processing-property relationships of thermoplastic melts and composites
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