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A rheometer is a device that is used to measure the way in which a liquid, suspension or slurry flows in response to applied forces. It is used for those fluids which cannot be defined by a single value of viscosity and therefore require more parameters to be set and measured than is the case for a viscometer. A rheometer measures the rheology of a fluid.
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Featured Equipment
Kinexus is a unique rheometer designed for tomorrow's research and business needs across all industries and application areas. Designed from the ground up it is the result of more than four years intensive product development.
The Discovery Hybrid Rheometer (DHR) from TA Instruments is an advanced system that has excellent performance specification and provides unparalleled direct stress control, direct strain control, and normal force measurement precision.
Designed to address the most demanding applications, the TA Instruments TGA-HP50 instrument is a specialty gravimetric analyzer which provides unique capabilities for High-Pressure, Ultra-High Vacuum, and High-Temperature under static or dynamic reactive atmospheres.
Other Equipment
The RheolabQC is a quality control rheometer which is used in R&D rheometers. It is also used for performing the routine rheological tests by setting new standards.
The Malvern DSR dynamic shear rheometer has been designed specifically to satisfy the demands of high throughput grade testing of Asphalt binders (bitumen) to AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials) industry standards.
NOVA Rheometer from REOLOGICA Instruments features a unique "Net- Zero" bias bearing system. This null balance system allows for Nano-Torque and Nano-Strain measurement control and analysis.
The MCR Modular Compact Rheometers are based on a concept at the cutting edge of technology. The EC motor technique, the low friction bearing and the patented normal force sensor have been optimized over years to satisfy the highest demands of rheologists. Any type or combination of rheological tests, both in rotational and oscillatory mode, are possible with the MCR rheometers.
The Malvern m-VROCi makes use of an innovative microfluidic viscometer / rheometer on a chip technology to offer high resolution viscosity measurements into the ultra-high shear rate regime.
The Kinexus lab+ is developed to withstand the rigors of a busy quality control laboratory to offer consistent and robust rheological test capabilities.
The Instron® capillary rheometer systems of the CEAST SmartRHEO Series are specifically designed for R&D, and for advanced quality control of thermoplastic materials, as they accurately determine the rheological properties of polymer samples over a wide range of shear rates and testing conditions.
The new ARES-G2 is the most distinctive rotational rheometer for advanced research and material development.
The DV3T rheometer available from Brookfield Engineering features a 7” full color touch screen that easily shows all test parameters together with measured values for temperature, viscosity and yield stress.
The Instron® CEAST HV500 is the latest instrument design to perform HDT and VICAT tests at high temperatures, up to 500°C, making this instrument ideal for research and quality control applications as it is ensuring the capability to test the new generations of techno-polymers, characterized by their excellent properties at high temperature.
The three sizes of Shear Cell modules for the FT4 Powder Rheometer allow the shear properties of powders to be measured. Using a shear cell on the high-specification FT4 platform allows the automatic generation of accurate and reproducible shear information which complements the dynamic flow date.
Freeman Technology's Aeration Control Module allows the measurement of the flowability of aerated powders. The bulk properties of all powders are affected by the presence of entrained air, as it fills the spaces between the particles, or in the case of cohesive powders, is incorporated into agglomerates of fine particles. The amount of air present determines how the solids interact with each other and this has a direct impact on the flow properties.
The new, improved DV3T Touch Screen Rheometer from Brookfield Engineering has been specifically designed to allow users to control the temperature of Brookfield’s Thermosel System or TC Series Baths without using a computer.
RheolabQC is a quality control rheometer based on state-of-the-art technologies also used in R&D rheometers. It combines unrivaled performance with easy operation and robust design. From quick single-point checks over flow curve and yield point determinations to complex rheological investigations: RheolabQC sets new standards for carrying out routine rheological tests. RheolabQC is an excellent example of a modern measuring instrument utilizing all available technical possibilities to ensure flexible, reliable and simple operation.
The Grace Instrument M7500 Ultra HPHT Rheometer is a coaxial cylinder, rotational, high pressure, and high temperature rheometer. It is engineered to measure various rheological properties of fluids (including API HPHT tests) under a range of pressures and temperatures, up to 30,000 psi and 500 °F. An optional cement module is also available for testing the rheology of cements.
The PT-X Powder Characteristics Tester from Hosokawa Micron gives accurate and reliable information about properties and particle characteristics of bulk materials.
The FT4 Powder Rheometer is a universal powder tester - three instruments in one, combining the Freeman Technology patented blade methodology for measuring flow energy with a range of shear cells, wall friction modules and other accessories for measuring bulk properties.
HTR is the first fully automated rheometer available. Rheological measurements are carried out by Physica MCR rheometers in the high quality the instruments are known for, while a robot handles all additional tasks pertaining to the measurement: sample loading, sample trimming and the cleaning of the upper and lower measuring system while the next measurement is already in progress.
The Kinexus ultra+ rheometer available from Malvern Instruments includes the widest torque range and highest sensitive air bearing.
Malvern’s Kinexus pro+ rheometer has been specifically designed for rheological characterization of dispersions, soft solids and complex fluids.
The Rosand RH2000 system combines a number of advanced features associated with larger floor-standing models and it can be configured for research measurements through to Quality Control applications.
Anton Paar offers an advanced high-end rheometer called MCR 702 TwinDrive. The instrument features two powerful, synchronous EC motor units in a single modular setup.
The Rosand RH7 and RH10 are used in hundreds of research laboratories globally and the robust H frame design permit operation under ultra-high loading conditions, as well as providing optimized space for multiple accessory configurations.
MCR rheometers are capable of performing dynamic-mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA) of solids, fibers and films when used in combination of heating systems CTD 450 and CTD 600.
The Wells-Brookfield Cone/Plate Viscometer/Rheometer gives researchers a sophisticated instrument for routinely determining absolute viscosity of fluids in small sample volumes. Its cone and plate geometry provides the precision necessary for development of complete rheological data.