What is the Turbiscan Tri Lab?
The Turbiscan TRI-LAB is a multi-sample stability analyser based on Static Multiple Light Scattering (SMLS) technology.
It allows you to carry out fast and reliable shelf-life studies of formulations (e.g. emulsions, suspensions, dispersions, and foams).
You can read more about the SMLS technology at the Formulaction website.
How does the Turbiscan TRI-LAB work?
This popular new instrument operates with three independent measurement positions for rapid and quantified comparisons of dispersion properties.
The stability studies can be carried out at 20 to 60 °C to mimic real-life storage and shelf-life conditions or to accelerate the studies.
The technology guarantees a direct reading of macroscopic and colloidal stability without dilution or mechanical stress.
Discover more about stability and shelf-life determination, and the key benefits of the Turbiscan technology.
What are the main benefits of the Turbiscan TRI-LAB?
Highlights of this useful instrument include:
1. Multisample Stability Analysis - up to three samples can be analysed at the same time, making this a versatile and efficient instrument for comparisons or use across multiple projects.
Formulations and dispersions are analysed without dilution or mechanical stress for real stability measurement.
2. Accelerated Aging Conditions - temperature control from 20° to 60°C offers the possibility to speed up measurement times and observe destabilization in real usage, storage, and shipping conditions.
The Turbiscan technology is up to 200 times faster than that of traditional visual tests.
3. Measurement of stability and size – with the Turbiscan TRI-LAB, you can expect:
4. Turbiscan Stability Index (TSI) – the TSI scale provides a single value to quickly assess and rank formulation stability independent of destabilization mechanism.
With the Turbiscan technology, it is now possible to evaluate sample stability with just one number. You can learn more about the Turbiscan Stability Index and its benefits at the Formulaction website.
The Turbiscan TRI-LAB has become the must-have tool for all formulators, due to:
As the world reference technology for direct physical stability analysis, the Turbiscan TRI-LAB measures up to three samples at a time, in disposable 4 or 20ml glass cells, and at temperature from 20 °C to 60°C.
The stability reading can be done through the dedicated software and it also displays the TSI on the front LCD screen of the TRILAB for a fast overview of the on-going stability measurements.
The TURBISCAN technologies are compliant with International Organization for Standardization guidelines for the characterization of dispersion stability (ISO/TR 13097, ISO/TR 18811) and particle size determination (ISO/TR 13014, ISO/TS 21357).
What industries can the Turbiscan TRI-LAB be used in?
The Turbiscan TRI-LAB can be applied to the following sectors:
Where can I find out more about the Turbiscan TRI-LAB?
For more information, you can view and download the Turbiscan TRI-LAB brochure, or see the technical specifications and watch a demonstration over at the Turbiscan TRI-LAB section of the Formulaction website.
You can also contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01442 876777 to test some samples, or for a free, no obligation quote.
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