hrus htp

By: Sonas Technology  05/12/2011

The High Throughput (HTP) Ultrasonic Spectrometer has the added capability of semi-automated sample introduction. This allows for the fast filling, emptying and cleaning of the ultrasonic cells. It is ideal for analysis of large quantities of samples, to study batch-to-batch variation, sample stability, composition, the presence of crystals or aggregates, particle size etc. It is ideal for measuring a wide variety of liquid systems, from dilute solutions to concentrated emulsions.

Technical parameters of the model

- Two 1ml cells for parallel or differential sample analysis

- Internal diameter of inlet and outlet tubes 3mm

- Variable speed pump system (speed from 130ml/min to 25ml/min)

- Frequency Range from 2 to 18 MHz (cells with extended frequency range are available on request)

- High-Resolution & Reproducibility (down to±0.2mm/s for Velocity and 0.2% Attenuation)

- Variety of Measurement Regimes:

   o Temperature Ramp Mode

   o Kinetic Mode

   o Multi-Frequency Mode

- Temperature Range -20ºC to 120ºC

- Absolute Temperature Control down to 0.01ºC


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External Modules

A choice of external modules: the standard 1ml differential cells for liquids, 1 ml flow through cells for fast continuous measurements of samples in flow, differential 1.5 ml cells for semi-solids materials and custom made fill in or follow-through cells 0.03 to 4 ml sample volume range. The cells can be plugged to HR-US 102-P, HR-US 102 SS-P and HR-US 102 FT-P spectrometers.


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hrus csa

The new HR-US Colloid Stability Analyzer is designed to enable the analysis of stability, shelf-life and effects of thermal treatment of emulsions, suspensions and other complex formulations in R&D, product development, and QA/QC environments of various industries, including pharmaceutical, food and beverage, cosmetics and personal care.


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hrus TKA

The Titration Kinetic Analyser measures microstructural and molecular processes in liquids when concentration of selected compounds is changed, or with time, when a chemical reaction is started by an injection of a required compound.