Rheolaser Crystal

Microstructure thermal analyzer

Rheolaser Crystal

Rheolaser Crystal analyzes phase transition of complex materials containing oils, fat, waxes, polymers… It directly measures smallest change (nanometer scale) in microstructure during phase transition.

Thanks to the non-invasive optical method, a precise and sensitive study is possible. Measuring the structure on a macroscopic sample (from 0.05g to 5g) overcomes general issues with sample heterogeneities.

It also reduces the risk of damaging the structure during the sampling. Temperature cycles and accelerated aging tests can be performed thanks to fast temperature control. This is particularly interesting when characterizing finished products like oil formulations, lipsticks… to detect at early stage fat exudation, polymorphism, or even chocolate blooming.

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  • Samples
    1
  • temperature
    4-90°C

Applications

Rheolaser Crystal features
  • Characterization of structure properties under constant temperature stress or in accelerated ageing conditions (including temperature ramps and cycles at 0.1 - 25ºC/min)

  • Direct sample analysis of any sample form (liquids, gels and solids) in a sample size from 0.05-5g

  • Microstructure thermal characterization (including crystallization and melting point temperature and time, and polymorphic transitions)

  • Stability analysis of solid material

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Temperature cycles stress

Sensitive thermal analysis

User-friendly software

Easy sample handling

Fast and simple thermal study of phase transitions

Multiple sample holder designs (for solid, semi-solid, and liquid samples)

  • Technology

    MS-DWS 650 nm

  • Temperature range

    4 – 90°C

  • Temperature ramp speed

    0.1 – 25°C/min

  • Temperature cycles

    Yes

  • Sample volume

    0.05 – 5 g

  • Sample form

    liquid, solid, gel..

  • Dimensions

    47 x 26 x 40 cm

  • Weight

    15kg

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