Rotational rheometer Physica MCR 302 by ANTON PAAR

Trade name
Rotational rheometer Physica MCR 302 by ANTON PAAR
Technical description

The Physica MCR 302 rotational rheometer from Anton Paar is a device used to test the rheological properties of various materials. It allows you to perform analyzes (rheological tests) under conditions of constant shear rate (CSS) or constant shear stress (CSR). It allows for full characterization of the viscoelastic properties of fluids (e.g. flow curves, viscosity curves) over a wide temperature range. The Physica MCR 302 rotational rheometer is equipped with a powerful electronically commutated synchronous motor, a digital instrument using the latest digital signal processing (DSP) technologies, a high-precision air bearing with a built-in normal force sensor and a temperature control system in the range of -20 to 200 oC . Innovative systems such as: Toolmaster™ and TruGap™ allow automatic recognition of gauges and accessories and automatic gap measurement.

TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

air bearing

Electronically commutated motor yes

Maximum torque 200mNm

Minimum torque (rotation) 1 nNm

Minimum torque (oscillation) 0.5 nNm

Angular deviation (set) from 0.05 to ∞ µrad

Minimum angular velocity 10-9 rad/s Maximum angular velocity 314 rad/s

Maximum speed 3000 units/min

Minimum angular frequency 10-7 rad/s

Maximum angular frequency 628 rad/s

Normal force range 0.005-50 N

Normal force resolution 0.5 mN

Temperature range -20 to 200 oC

Conditions for providing infrastructure

Equipment made available on the terms resulting from the Regulations for the Use of ACMiN Research Infrastructure. (https://acmin.agh.edu.pl/acmin/dokumenty/)

Type of accreditation / certificate:
Not applicable
Access type
External
Research capabilities

The Physica MCR 302 rotational rheometer from Anton Paar is a device used to test the rheological properties of various materials. It allows you to perform analyzes (rheological tests) under conditions of constant shear rate (CSS) or constant shear stress (CSR). It allows for full characterization of the viscoelastic properties of fluids (e.g. flow curves, viscosity curves) over a wide temperature range.

Last update date
Aug. 30, 2023, 12:44 p.m.
Year of commissioning
2013
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Rotational rheometer Physica MCR 302 by ANTON PAAR
Rotational rheometer Physica MCR 302 by ANTON PAAR