Polymer Rheology

Rheology laboratory testing of polymers to determine the rheological (flow) properties of materials, gels and pastes, to optimize process and properties. Polymer physics testing is that the study of however the strain during a material or force applied is said to deformation and flow of the fabric.
Understanding the rheological properties of polymers through laboratory testing will help to optimize products and process conditions, thereby saving prices and minimizing potential waste. Our compound science specialists perform rheologic property testing on a good vary of polymers like polyolefin, liquids, adhesives, gels and pastes employing a big selection of temperatures and deformation rates (both shear and extensional). Rheology tests unit performed whereas the compound is inside the soften half or whereas the compound has been dissolved during a solvent for intrinsic consistency and relative consistency.

•    Rheometer
•    Viscometer
•    Shear-thinning
•    Generalized Newtonian fluids
•    Limiting low shear viscosity
•    Normal stress differences
•    Analogy between continuous and oscillatory shear
•    Time–temperature–pressure superposition
•    Liquid failure