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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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Simple method for determining stress and strain constants for non-standard measuring systems on a rotational rheometer Poster (English)

There is often a necessity to measure, or at least estimate, true viscosity values using non-standard measuring systems on a rotational rheometer. This may be to replicate a mixing or manufacturing process on a lab scale, to keep a sample dispersed a...



An algebraic approach for determining viscoelastic moduli from creep compliance Poster (English)

DLS Microrheology involves tracking the time dependent motion or mean square displacement of dispersed tracer particles of known size using Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) in order to determine viscoelastic properties of the dispersion medium. The vis...



Using rheology to enhance formulation Article (English)

Viscometers are used routinely to characterise food and drink roducts and offer simple, straightforward measurement for QC. They are also applied in formulation, but here rheology has far more to offer than simple viscosity measurements. Switching fr...



Setting a benchmark: Using rheology to define the performance of personal care products Article (English)

Products, quality is often defined by a range of functional and sensory attributes, some of which may be easily measured - such as color - and others which may not. Visual or textural appearance and ease of application exemplify properties in this se...



Using Rheology to Optimize the Performance of EOR Fluids Article (English)

Although the price of crude oil has dropped significantly in the past couple of years, the longer term predictions suggest that it may settle in the region of US$50 – 70/bbl, a figure that still encourages the exploitation of existing oilfields, with...


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Simulating mastication on Kinexus rheometers

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