Press Release Summary:
AR 2000 makes controlled rate and stress relaxation measurements over torque range of 0.1 micro N-m to 200 mN-m, with strain detection of 0.04 micro rad, dynamic range of 1.2 x 10E-07 up to 100 Hz, and normal force of 0.01 to 50 N. It has Smart Swap(TM) technology that provides rapid, error free connection of temperature systems. Advantage software provides flexibility for modeling, and has polymer MWD analysis capability.
Original Press Release:
The New AR 2000 Advanced Rheometer from TA Instruments Offers Controlled Stress and Controlled Rate Measurement, for Optimum Measuring Flexibility
Incorporating state-of-the-art technology, the new AR 2000 Rheometer features superior torque range, very low inertia, superior strain detection and excellent dynamic range.
New Castle, DE - April 16, 2002 - TA Instruments, Inc. has introduced the AR 2000 Advanced Rheometer, whose Mobius Drive(TM) system permits state-of-the-art controlled rate and stress relaxation measurements and unparalleled control stress performance.
The AR 2000 offers a wide torque range (0.1 micro N.m to 200 mN.m), very low inertia (50 micro N.m.s2), superior strain detection (0.04 micro rad), and excellent dynamic range in frequency (1.2 x 10-7 up to 100 Hz) and normal force (0.01 to 50 N). It has the industry's widest range of operational modes, and its unique Smart Swap(TM) technology provides rapid, error free connection of available temperature systems to the AR 2000.
Powerful, industry-leading TA Instruments Rheology Advantage software now offers even greater flexibility for modeling, and is enhanced with polymer MWD analysis capability developed in collaboration with leading scientists in the field.
For more information on the AR 2000 Rheometer, visit our website at www.tainst.com.
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