Analytical Instrumentation

  • Nano-Torque & Nano-Strain Boosts Rheological Measurement Control and Analysis

Nano-Torque & Nano-Strain Boosts Rheological Measurement Control and Analysis

Jan 14 2008 Read 978 Times

The new Nova Rheometer from ATS RheoSystems (USA) features a unique "Net-Zero" bias bearing system. This null balance system allows for Nano-Torque and Nano-Strain measurement control and analysis. Also featured is an innovative, low inertia drag cup motor utilizing novel "Feed Forward" strain and speed control. The torque range is from 3 nNm to 200 mNm. It is possible to extend this to 1 nNm on the low end and 230 mNm at the high end for certain test parameters.

The Nova’s strain resolution is 0.01 ìrad. Additional standard features include "Auto-Detect" measuring systems, video & image software, and high performance open-source instrument control software. Also featured are patented differential pressure normal force sensor, a camera viewer, ethernet communications, high-speed USB port and RheoExplorer
V6 Software.

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