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Stable Micro Systems Ltd

Vienna Court
Lammas Road
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01483 427345
Fax : 01483 427600
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Stable Micro Systems to distribute Thermo Scientific rheometer solutions

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. FULL STORY...

Stable Micro Systems expands offering to ensure packaging perfection

Stable Micro Systems, expert in texture analysis, has developed revolutionary  testing methods for its non-contact laser-based volume measurement instrument,  the Volscan Profiler.  FULL STORY...

Warburtons, Stable Micro Systems solve sticky problem

Stable Micro Systems and Warburtons have announced the launch of valuable new testing equipment for the bakery industry: the Warburtons Dough Stickiness SystemFULL STORY...

Profiler 'proves that size matters'

Stable Micro Systems has launched an updated version of its Volscan Profiler to allow bread manufacturers to quantify accurately the volume of bread and baked productsFULL STORY...


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