Our solutions for material characterization
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 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.
Fast & Reliable stability analysis
Thanks to analysis under real conditions: observation without dilution or mechanical stress. Concentrations up to 60% can be characterized in their native state giving a unique insight into formulation's true stability.
Measurement of stability
> Quantitative monitoring of dispersion stability
> Shelf life & long term stability analysis
> Migration velocity
Quick detection of instabilities
Aggregation, agglomeration, floculation, sedimentation, creaming ...can be detected, monitored and characteized within minutes thanks to rapid scan frequency - adaptable to phenomena kinetics.
Compact and robust
Turbiscan CLASSIC 2 is designed for R&D labs and thanks to its compact design and lightweight (<5kg) it can be easily transported for on-field analysis.
|Technology||SMLS 850 nm|
|Sample Cell Volume||7mL
|Number of Samples||1|
|Maximum sample conc.||60% v/v|
|Reproducibility / Repeatability
||0.25% / 0.1%|
|Acquisition scan step||20µm|
|Automatic samples recognition
|ISO Certification||TR 13097 Compliant|
|Dimensions||34 x 16 x 29 cm|
TURBISCAN is the world reference technology for physical stability analysis. With hassle-free sample preparation, intuitive software and highly reliable measurements, Turbiscan CLASSIC 2 has become an irreplaceable tool for any formulator.
The instrument works with open bottom type disposable sample cells offering easy sampling even for foams and viscous products.
TURBISCAN technologies are compliant with the International Organization for Standardization guidelines for the characterization of dispersion stability (ISO/TR 13097).