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Malvern Rosand RH2000

  • Single and twin bore barrel options for simultaneous assessment of absolute shear viscosity and extensional (elongational) viscosities
  • Maximum drive force (up to 20kN) and maximum speed (up to 1200mm/min) capabilities enable a wide range of shear rates
  • Rigid one-piece cantilever frame design providing extreme mechanical strength and stiffness

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Bench top capillary rheometer for research to QC testing

Rosand capillary rheometers characterize the rheology of materials by extrusion under high pressures, shear rates and a range of temperatures, conditions which are directly relevant to processing. Applicable to materials from polymer melts to ceramics, and from foodstuffs to inks and coatings, a Rosand capillary rheometer enables optimization of process conditions and material properties for critical product functionality.

About RH2000
Compact system capable of meeting most test requirements encountered in capillary rheometry. Combining many advanced features associated with larger floor-standing models, the Rosand RH2000 system can be configured for research measurements through to Quality Control applications.

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Specifications

Number of bores
Single (RH2100 model)
Double (RH2200 model)

Maximum force
12kN standard (20kN option)

Frame stiffness
100kN

Maximum speed
600mm/min standard (1200mm/min high speed option)

Dynamic range in speed
>120000:1 (240000:1 with high speed option)

Speed uncertainty
<0.1%

Temperature range
Ambient to 400ºC (500ºC option)
5ºC to 200ºC (Low temperature cooling coil option)

Temperature control
<±0.1ºC

Dimensions
Rheometer (without accessories): 110 (H) x 55 (W) x 65 (D) cm
Electronics box: 65 (H) x 34 (W) x 53 (D) cm

Weight
Rheometer (without accessories): 120kg
Electronics box: 30kg

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