Learn about Rheological analysis of heat labile polymer blends using our Kinexus rheometer.
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Thermoplastic polymer melts are widely used in many modern industrial processes to manufacture a multitude of objects. Learn which properties measured with a Kinexus rotational rheometer help solve real-life polymer processing problems.
One of the principle reasons that polymers are used so widely is because they are relatively cheap to form into complex shapes in the molten state which is a huge change in rheology from a solid starting material through to a solid end product. Learn how to determine flow curves, carry out creep tests and measure viscous and elastic properties.
It is imperative to understand how thermoplastics flow when being processed. Learn about the time dependence of flow properties and other important characteristics.
The NETZSCH Kinetics Neo software can not only be used for the analysis of temperature-dependent processes using thermal analysis data. It is now also possible to simulate rheological properties during curing based on the measured data from our Kinexus rotational rheometer. Learn more about the kinetic analysis of the curing behavior of a 2-Part epoxy adhesive.
While many of us have an emotional connection to chocolate, practical material science is responsible for the unique appeal that makes chocolate one of the world’s most delightful treats. Learn how to perfect the mouthfeel of chocolate for optimal creaminess and smoothness using the Kinexus Rotational Rheometer!
Many companies are in a race to patent critical next generation battery technologies and battery management systems. We are right there with you! Learn how we support you in enhancing process efficiency and quality control as well as in developing new battery materials!
In the last few years, the nail polish industry has really opened up its beauty box of tricks and on the market today. Surely there must be some exciting science behind it all? Learn about curing and the influence of pigment – all measured with a Kinexus Rotational Rheometer!
Paints, coatings and inks, polymers, food, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, bitumen and petrochemical – the list goes on! These and many other materials have unique properties that are researched and quality-controlled using rheological test methods. Our new free-of-charge booklet is helpful to understand how the flow properties of materials can be related to their rheological analysis!