Written by AZoM
At the 7th Annual European Rheology Conference (AERC 2011), May 10 - 14, 2011, Suzdal, Russia, Malvern Instruments will focus on how to maximize analytical benefit and impact by combining rheology with complementary techniques such as gel permeation chromatography and particle characterization.
The Malvern Kinexus rheometer.
To find out more about the symbiotic nature of these core analytical technologies, or any other aspect for rheological measurement, visit the Malvern stand for informed debate and the latest product news.
On display will be the Kinexus rotational rheometer, a system designed to meet the rheological requirements of users at every level. Kinexus can be used to precisely characterize the widest range of materials from weakly structured liquids to soft solids, a key feature being the rSpace software interface which makes Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)-driven tests available for the first time on a rheometer platform, streamlining robust rheology testing. It is supported by market-leading application expertise that is strengthened by a detailed understanding of how rheology interfaces with and informs other important material characterization techniques.
The video below shows a deminstration of the Malvern Kinexus rheometer.