The Kinexus pro+ research grade rheometer available from NETZSCH has been designed for the rheological characterization of dispersions and other soft solids and complex fluids. The Kinexus pro+ exhibits unmatched dual-action capabilities for both vertical and shear testing.
The Kinexus pro+ is a modular rheometer with real “plug and play” functionality for all environmental control units and quantifying systems, thus facilitating cutting-edge Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) driven rheological testing.
The Kinexus pro+ rheometer incorporates technical innovations that allow maximum flexibility in rheological test capabilities and protocols, for research and development needs.
- Extraordinary gapping and vertical travel capabilities with ultra-responsive, highly sensitive normal force system for world-class performance
- All modes of rheological operation – shear rate control, stress control and direct strain controlled oscillation at demand strain amplitude for accurate control of sample strain history.
- Extensive range of measurement geometries improved for rheological characterization of soft solids and complex fluids, like gels, dispersions, emulsions, pastes, as well as surfactant and polymer solutions
- Intelligent geometry recognition with complete auto-configuration and user feedback on system status to ensure robust data for all measurements
- Exclusive rSpace software interface provides complete flexibility of test set-up, spanning from sequence-driven Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)-type functionality to completely adaptable test design for new and advanced research capabilities
- Special “plug and play” cartridge system for all environmental and temperature controllers — all communication, mechanical, fluid, and power connections made in a single, simple action
- Multifunctional accessory design — plate cartridges including interchangeable lower plates for an economical solution that handles the most extensive application coverage
- Entire sample history from when the sample is loaded onto the rheometer is available in data file as a standard — because assuring dependable rheology data for complex non-Newtonian materials indeed actually prior to a measurement