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Stable Micro Systems to distribute Thermo Scientific rheometer solutions

21 April 2016

Stable Micro Systems - manufacturer of instrumentation for measuring texture, volume and powder flow - has signed a contract to distribute the Thermo Scientific ‘HAAKE Viscotester iQ’ rheometer in the UK, France and Benelux. 

The HAAKE Viscotester iQ is one of the latest additions to Thermo Fisher Scientific’s portfolio of material characterisation solutions. Designed for intuitive operation, it can be used for simple viscosity measurement as well as complex rheological investigations in applications from low viscous liquids to stiff pastes and semi-solids. An optional oscillation mode also allows for the investigation of the viscoelastic behaviour of highly structured samples.  
Modular and compact, it can be deployed as a portable unit or within the QC laboratory, where it can be used as a standalone instrument or be fully controlled by software.   
“This is great news for our customers,” comments Jo Smewing, business development director at Stable Micro Systems. “It broadens our offering to customers and enables a growing number of producers and processors to understand more of the physical characteristics of their raw materials, semi-finished products and finished goods. This expands and improves the quality control options available to some of Europe’s most demanding manufacturing industries. Our customer-oriented approach to service and comprehensive applications experience developed over many years complement the high level of technical expertise we offer. The result is a unique and cutting-edge combination of instrumentation, service and support.”

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