Rheometer Suppliers In South Africa

What is a Rheometer?

A rheometer is a laboratory device used to measure the way in which a viscous fluid flows in response to applied forces.

Rheometer Suppliers In South Africa

Can a rheometer measure density?

We present a combined approach to measure density using a Modular Compact Rheometer with normal force control up to 1730 °C, maintaining full rheometric functionality.

This enables sequential or simultaneous characterization of high-temperature liquids for multiple thermophysical properties.

What are the advantages of a rheometer?

Though more expensive than viscometers, Rheometers are more versatile and have a much wider dynamic range of control and measurement parameters.

A rheometer allows far greater characterization of flow, deformation, and even the tackiness of a material (for Newtonian and non-Newtonian materials).

How many types of rheometers are there?

Rheometers can be of two types: controlled-stress and controlled-strain rheometers. A controlled-stress rheometer applies torque to control the stress at a desired level or drive the strain to a desired amount.

What to consider when buying a Rheometer?

Hardware and Software Features and Instrument Specifications.

After-Sales Support.

The Longevity of the Instrument.

Long-Term Investment.

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

How much of the Instrument’s Full Capability will be Used?

Time to Solution (TTS)