How to measure and analyse the texture of food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and adhesives.

Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Texture Analysis in Action: Multi-head Indexing Probe

Multi-head Indexing Probe
The Multi-head Indexing Probe is another application for the Automated Linear Indexing System that allows adhesives to be tested without manual intervention between tests or the need to clean/dry probes in between sample tests.  

This thereby allows for ‘walk-away’ time from testing due to the system being able to automatically index to a new probe after each test. 

The video shown here gives an example of how the Automated Indexing System can operate with this Multi-head Indexing Probe

The Multi-head Indexing Probe is also available separately for those users who just wish to speed up their testing whilst manually indexing the probe to the next clean probe during testing, to avoid stopping to clean and dry between tests. 

Both ways of using this Multi-head Indexing Probe serve to increase your sample throughput to get your data collected in less time by saving the necessary cleaning to the end of multiple tests.

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This testing solution is just one example of methods and equipment available for the testing of adhesives and adhesive tapes. To view more examples, visit our page detailing Adhesive Applications.

There is a Texture Analysis test for virtually any physical property. Contact Stable Micro Systems today to learn more about our full range of solutions.

For more information on how to measure texture, please visit the Texture Analysis Properties section on our website.

TA.XTplus texture analyser with bloom jarThe
 TA.XTplus texture analyser is part of a family of texture analysis instruments and equipment from Stable Micro Systems. An extensive portfolio of specialist attachments is available to measure and analyse the textural properties of a huge range of food products. Our technical experts can also custom design instrument fixtures according to individual specifications.

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