Discover the Turbiscan range of instruments for Stability and ageing testing of concentrated colloidal systems
The Turbiscan is being widely used for characterisation
of concentrated emulsions suspensions & foams.
Contact us at Fullbrook Systems & ask us to test
TAGS multi sampler
A Turbiscan is the ideal instrument for ageing and shelf life testing of emulsions, suspensions, dispersions and foam.
Stability results are achieved 200 times faster than the naked eye and unlike a particle size analyser, no product dilution is required.
The Turbiscan can be used to follow the stability of many commonly used materials, including:-
• Drinks emulsion stability
• Measured dose inhaler (MDI)
• Asphaltene precipitation
Please contact us to arrange for testing of you samples. The stability testing service is free of charge and we can show you how the Turbiscan could benefit you.
HIGH-THROUGHPUT STABILITY ANALYZER
High throughput screening is more and more useful to shorten the formulations time-to-market. Turbiscan AGS integrates the Turbiscan LAB, a robot, a storage station and a smart software for automatic sample handling and treatment. This concept enables an automated management of aging tests from sample storage at different temperatures to shelf-life determination.
The TAGS at a glance:-
Light source - 880 nm
Cell Volume 20 ml
Quantitative monitoring of dispersion stability
Migration velocity & hydrodynamic diameter
ISO TR 13097 Compliant
Disposable glass cells
Turbiscan Stability Index (TSI) computation
Automatic samples recognition (bar-code)
Mean diameter and volume fraction
Temperature controlRT to 60°C
Multi-samples54Storage at 3 different temperatures
How does a turbiscan work
Test anything from ink to cosmetics to pharmaceuticals
Emulsions - Suspensions - Foams
what can a turbiscan detect
> MIGRATION ANALYSIS
Local variation of light intensity corresponds to phases formation.
> TURBISCAN STABILITY INDEX
Turbiscan Stability Index is a one-click parameter to easily rank the stability of many samples in a kinetic way or in a data table.
The higher the TSI is, the less stable the product is.
> SIZE VARIATION ANALYSIS
Global variation of light intensity corresponds to size increase.
> NO MECHANICAL STRESS
When it comes to shelf-life, and real-life evolution of the end-products, it makes no sense to apply a mechanical stress to a sample. Our measurements are always performed at rest, without any external stress. That way, you can be sure that the results you get are representative of what will happen in real life, only detected way earlier!