Our engineers are hard at work as they prepare for the upcoming webinar on Wednesday December 18, 2019! Try to guess what drinks are being measured on Wednesday (some clues in the images below!).
You may have followed many of our injectability application notes and webinar sessions where we began to explain the concept of calculating injection rates. Our next webinar this coming month on November 20, 2019 at 11:00 am PST will actually be a hands-on live workshop where we will start from scratch on how to approach the calculations to injection rate, figuring out which shear rates to run, and ultimately designing your experiments with the real application in mind.
Last Wednesday, we hosted a new technical webinar where we focus on differentiating low viscosity fluids. If you were unable to attend or would like to access the recording and presentation again, you can now access the full recording.
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.
We recently hosted a webinar where we went into details on viscosity measurements used as a guide when it comes to formulation development and the recording is now ready!
One of the most commonly asked questions from our customers is the topic of shear rates and what to expect when dealing with various applications. Now most of you have a general idea on what shear rate means, but we want to take it one step further and illustrate several key components when dealing with shear rates.
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!