One of our biggest and most popular product ranges at Fullbrook Systems is by Formulaction, with their suite of Turbiscan tools and instruments.
These provide research laboratories with the ability to improve and innovate their formulations, by providing simple, effective, and robust methods of material characterisation.
Turbiscan technology has been used in hundreds of peer reviewed publications, across many different fields, including food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, oil and petroleum, electronics and paint and inks.
The Turbiscan Lab is unique in that it is the first patented technology to analyze destabilization mechanisms in concentrated dispersed media and therefore the only one to offer accelerated aging tests on the native products.
Using Multiple Light Scattering Technology, creaming, sedimentation, agglomeration, aggregation, and coalescence of highly concentrated formulations are detected, even at an early stage, without needing to dilute.
To help evaluate the overall quality of formulations, a Turbiscan Stability Index (TSI) can be calculated, quantifying the destabilization with a single number. It is also 200 times faster than conventional methods.
To discover more about how the Turbiscan Lab and Stability Index can help you with your research endeavours, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01442 876777.
You can also view our application notes below for more information on how to use this technology:
For those looking to characterise formulation stability and aging over time, join our next webinar on Friday 23rd July at 10.15am, where we’ll be discussing particle size measurements with the Turbiscan.
The Turbiscan by Formulaction is a powerful instrument that allows you to measure the mean particle size in concentrated media. Using Static Multiple Light Scattering (S-MLS), no sample stress or dilution is required, which means samples are analysed in their original form.
This eliminates the hassle of processing samples beforehand, so you can study your emulsions, suspensions, and foams at full concentration range.
Another benefit of this technology includes being able to identify and measure the actual dispersion state of your sample rapidly and precisely.
Our webinar will explain why the Turbiscan has become the most popular solution for complete dispersion characterisation, how it operates and its advantages over conventional methods such as Dynamic Light Scattering.
We’ll also explore its wide range of applications in the food, cosmetics, paint/ink and pharmaceutical industries, and you will have the opportunity to ask our host questions afterwards.
Don’t miss our webinar next week, where we will send out our application notes for your reference to all participants in our follow-up communications.
Can’t make the date? Don’t worry – please just drop us an email at: email@example.com and we’ll send over the information so you don’t miss out. We look forward to meeting you soon!
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