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Upcoming Technical Webinar August 28, 2019

Differentiating Low Viscosity Fluids

Measuring small incremental changes in low viscosity samples is challenging. And when we mention low viscosity samples, we mean low (measuring as low as 0.4 or around 1 cP). Our microfluidics based automatic viscometer facilitates this process using a fraction of the volume required for more traditional methods. 
Join our webinar where we will present data and analysis to illustrate the following.

In webinar

Why you need to measure a full range of shear rates.

A lot of my customers have admitted to measuring viscosity at a shear rate of 1,000 1/s when it comes to formulating various types of drugs including injectables. However, from our recent in-depth analysis of various salt concentrations added to proteins, our results further confirmed why you are not getting your full spectrum when it comes to measuring your proteins at just one and a low shear rate of 1,000 1/s.

  1. Viscosity measurement at wide shear rate range (low to high shear rates) probes Protein to protein interaction and set a better course to formulation optimization of protein therapeutics.    
  2. Accurate injectability estimation requires high shear rate viscosity measurement.  Need to measure viscosity not only at 1000 1/s but also at 100000 1/s.  

If you have any questions or want to learn more, Contact us.

In Applications, Viscometer, RheoSense, Inc.

August 5, 2019 Cannabis Extraction Educational Class

On August 5, 2019 at 10:00 am PST at Oaksterdam University in Oakland California, our Technical Specialists will be giving a talk on cannabis extracts and where viscosity is important.

Sign up for the event here: https://learn.oaksterdamuniversity.com/cannabis-extraction-operations-seminar/

In viscosity, Fun with Viscosity, Event