Product description Rosand RH7
Robust capillary rheometer for research at high forces!
Rheology is the study of the flow and deformation of materials under applied forces which is routinely measured using a rheometer. The measurement of rheological properties is applicable to a variety of materials, from liquids such as dilute solutions of polymers and surfactants to concentrated protein formulations and from semi-solids such as pastes and creams, to molten or solid polymers and asphalt.
The robust 'H'-frame design of the Rosand RH7 and RH10 floor standing capillary rheometers is used in hundreds of research labs around the world and allows the execution of extremely high force tests, with a wide range of accessories.
The Rosand RH7 and RH10 capillary rheometers offer highly flexible measurement options for high pressure and high friction materials, from polymers to ceramics, and from foodstuffs to inks and coatings.
- A high force range (up to 100kN) and a wide dynamic speed range (>225,000:1).
- Twin-bore cylinder.
- Variety of cylinder sizes and materials to enable measurements of thermally sensitive, chemically aggressive or aqueous samples
- Easily interchangeable pressure transducers to meet the required test parameters.
- Nitrogen purge available for testing in a dry, inert atmosphere to minimize sample degradation.
- Accurate sample temperature control with three independent zone heaters.
- Easy access design to mount optional accessories such as a Haul Off.
- User-friendly, full-featured Flowmaster software.
In addition to the Rosand RH7 and RH10, Netzsch also has other solutions in the field of capillary rheology. If you have a question about a specific application or about the wide range of accessories and options, please leave your details via the contact button. Our Sales and Product Manager will contact you directly and will gladly discuss the options with you.