Classic 2

Compact & robust Stability analyzer

Turbiscan <br> Classic 2

Turbiscan CLASSIC 2 offers fast identification and monitoring of destabilization mechanisms (creaming, sedimentation, flocculation, coalescence…).

Turbiscan CLASSIC 2 can be used in both R&D and QC labs for the development and routine control of raw materials and final product formulations. The instrument detects stability evolution at an early stage, up to 200 times faster compared to visual testing.

Various formulations (emulsions, suspensions, or foams) can be studied even at high concentrations without any sample preparation or dilution.

How fast is the Turbiscan?  Test our Shelf-Life Simulator and estimate the timesaving factor using the Turbiscan technology compared to visual observation.

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  • Samples
  • temperature


Turbiscan <br> Classic 2 features
  • Accelerated destabilization detection (up to x200 faster than visual observation) thanks to the SMLS technology

  • Real stability: Sample stability analysis without the need for dilution or mechanical stress, in concentrations up to 60%

  • Rapid instability detection, monitorization, and characterization (including aggregation, agglomeration, flocculation, sedimentation, and creaming)

  • Quantitative measurements of the dispersion stability & shelf life, migration velocity, particle size diameter, and others

  • Easily transported for on-field analysis

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Fast stability analysis

Reliable measurements

Compact and robust

Hassle-free sample preparation

Intuitive software

  • Technology

    SMLS 880 nm

  • Sample Cell Volume


  • Temperature range


  • Number of Samples


  • Maximum sample conc.

    60% v/v

  • Reproducibility / Repeatability

    0.25% / 0.1%

  • Acquisition scan step


  • Automatic samples recognition (bar-code)


  • ISO Certification

    TR 13097, TR 18811, TR 13014, TS 21357 Compliant

  • Dimensions

    34 x 16 x 29 cm

  • Weight


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