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Initium Update

Hello! We are pleased to announce that we are releasing a major software update for the VROC® Initium, software version 1.4.1. This software update includes a new user interface (UI) and the ability to export databases.

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Upcoming Webinar: VROC initium, High Throughput, Automatic Viscometer

NEW PRODUCT RELEASE
Automatic Viscometer, 
VROC® initium

September 30, 2015 | 11:00 am (PST)

 
 
 
 
This webinar will introduce RheoSense's automatic, high throughput viscometer, VROC® initium.  Attendees will get the first sneak peek of the instrument and data.
Key Features Include:
  • 10 microliters
  • 40 Vial Rack/96 Well Plate
  • Unattended Measurements
Major Applications of VROC® initium Include: 
  • High Throughput Screening with Viscosity 
  • Protein Therapeutics — Stability & Injectability
  • Kinetics of Chemical Reaction and Degradation
  • Intrinsic Viscosity — Protein & Polymer Size
  • Solubility

 
 
        

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Extensional Viscosity

Extensional Viscosity

Ideal for studying the complex properties of fluids

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RheoSense, Inc. Proudly Announces e-VROC™ Viscometer

RheoSense, Inc. (San Ramon, CA) – is proud to announce a new addition to the VROC™ family, e-VROC™ viscometer! Coupled with the same small sample requirements and a wide dynamic range, e-VROC™ maintains the precision and accuracy of the m-VROC™ viscometer with one slight twist: the capability of measuring apparent extensional viscosity.

Extensional or elongational viscosity is ideal for
studying the complex properties of many fluids usedin industrial applications. By monitoring the sample flow through a microfluidic contraction, the system measures the pressure upstream and downstream of a contraction using the MEMS pressure sensors and registers changes in the flow. The fluid experiences shear flow in the straight channel and then an almost constant extension in the contraction zones as depicted in figure 1. 

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