We hope that everyone's last week of march is nothing short of positivity and growth. It has been an extremely busy month (& that's not a complaint) for most of us! And of course increasing productivity often yields the best results, right?
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.
In the next coming weeks, we have been ramping up our webinars and increasing production of various informational videos for you. We are happy to take suggestions and any questions that you have regarding viscosity measurements. We hope to address all inquiries and release videos as frequently as possible for your benefit. So feel free to comment below or message us directly if you have any inquiries or questions that you want answered!
We are excited to announce Canon USA (Virginia), Inc. to the RheoSense family as of last week! Canon Virginia is a competitive player in the production and a prominent manufacturer of office & consumer products. Their role in the ink industry has been prominent as their presence was able to bring a new edge in innovative technology while manufacturing reliable cartridges, copiers, and printers throughout the United States and on a global scale. Their headquarter company Canon, Inc. Japan has been our customer since 2015 and we could not be happier working with Canon USA, Virginia on a now-domestic sector.
In the upcoming weeks, we are proud to announce the release of our latest application note regarding concentration dependence in protein viscosity. In this app note, Dr. Stacey Elliott gathered viscosity data for Bovine Gamma Globulin (BgG) formulations over the full concentration range, including therapeutic levels ≥ 100 mg/mL, using the VROC®Initium. The solution buffer included sucrose which is a common additive to enhance stabilization during freeze-drying and storage. Relative viscosity versus concentration curves were fit with the Ross-Minton equation which is a frequently used analysis tool for protein formulations.
To view application note, click below!
Recently we received our first order from Saudi Arabia. The order is from the leading university in Saudi Arabia and they order an m-VROC® with multiple chips.
We are pleased to announce we have received an order for an e-VROC, extensional viscometer, from a state-owned oil company in Argentina.
In June, Mr. Lee of our partner in South Korea (Sercrim Labtech), visited us to do a refresher on the servicing side of RheoSense viscometers.
RheoSense's ability to have such a wide, global presence is due to the support and partnership of our international distributors. All of RheoSense's international partners go through a contractual process and technical training to be able to fully supply and support RheoSense viscometers.
If you are interested in distributing RheoSense viscometers or work with one of our international partners, contact us and we will connect you!
Svan Analytical Instruments joins the RheoSense’s family as of June of 2017 and will promote RheoSense’s viscometers in India.