In this special tech tip on the new WinTest DMA Software v8, we walk through the best way to configure the compliance compensation feature for Electroforce systems!
In this special techtip on the new WinTest DMA Software version 8 for Electoforce systems, we walk through how to configure the specimen type feature!
In this first of seven special tech tips on the new WinTest DMA Software v8, product manager Troy Nickel walks us through all the exciting updates and new features of WinTest DMA Software version 8!
High Sensitivity Pressure Cell (HSPC) The all new High Sensitivity Pressure Cell (HSPC) is an innovative accessory that expands dynamic oscillatory testing capabilities of the ARES-G2 to now include pressurized test conditions. The HSPC employs an innovative air bearing seal that allows unrivaled low torque performance with 100x better torque sensitivity than conventional devices. This…Details
Isothermal Microcalorimetry in Pharmaceutical Science This webinar will review the microcalorimetric techniques that are most commonly used within pharmaceutical science, including stability and compatibility tests, determination of small amounts of amorphic content, and characterizing polymorphism. A microcalorimeter can quantify the amount and rate of heat release from chemical processes associated with stability and shelf…Details
In this TA Techtip we show how to properly install and calibrate the Film Tension Clamp available on the Discovery DMA850.Details
In this TA Techtip, we’ll walk through the correctly configuring the solution calorimeter for use in the TAM IV system.Details
High Sensitivity Pressure Cell (HSPC) Unlock complete viscoelastic characterization of fluids in pressurized environments. Description Features Applications Videos The all new High Sensitivity Pressure Cell (HSPC) for the ARES-G2 unlocks complete viscoelastic characterization of fluids in a pressurized environment. The HSPC is the only device that provides a wide range of dynamic oscillatory testing of…Details
DSC Characterization of Crystalline Structure in Foods and Pharmaceuticals: Apparent Melting (Part 2 of 3)
DSC Characterization of Crystalline Structure in Foods and Pharmaceuticals: Apparent Melting Part 2 Overview This webinar on “Apparent Melting” is part two of a three-part series on use of Differential Scanning Calorimetry to characterize crystalline structure of foods and pharmaceuticals. Although apparent melting looks like true/thermodynamic melting and causes a loss of crystalline structure,…Details
Interfacial Rheology: Fundamental Overview and Applications Overview Interfacial rheology dominates the behavior of many complex fluid systems. Whether the system is characterized by a fluid-fluid interface or fluid-air interface, these characteristics influence the behavior of biological systems, oil recovery, personal care products, food and more. Learn the basic forces that drive interfacial dynamics and…Details
Q Series Trade-In The Q Series™ instruments will enter their End-of-Life at the end 2024. Repair and maintenance will be done on “best-effort” after 2024. However, it should be noted that our ability to make these repairs is subject to availability of parts. In the attempt to facilitate the transition to the current Discovery Series,…Details