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Formulaction Inc.

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Formulaction Inc. contributes to the diverse range of application fields by offering the best answers, in terms of micro-rheology and stability, to describe the distinct nature of concentrated dispersions (foams, suspensions and emulsions). Their instruments utilize Multiple Light Scattering, an inventive optical measurement tool, that allows full stability and rheology characterization of concentrated samples.
Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy Formulaction Inc. Multi Speckle-Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy (MS-DWS) is the key light scattering method which measures the mobility of particles in a media.
Rheolaser™ Coating Formulaction Inc. The Rheolaser™ Coating is a non-invasive, optical technique used to analyze the drying profiles of thing films. The device uses Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy to detect the Browniam motion of the particles inside of a thin film sample as it dries in order to...view more The Rheolaser™ Coating is a non-invasive, optical technique used to analyze the drying profiles of thing films. The device uses Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy to detect the Browniam motion of the particles inside of a thin film sample as it dries in order to give profile evolution and characteristic drying times. view less
Rheolaser™ Crystal Formulaction Inc. A new device from Formulaction, the Rheolaser™ Crystal measures the microstructure evolution of samples by detecting phase transitions and molecular movements under thermal ramping conditions. Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy is utilized to detect melting, cry...view more A new device from Formulaction, the Rheolaser™ Crystal measures the microstructure evolution of samples by detecting phase transitions and molecular movements under thermal ramping conditions. Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy is utilized to detect melting, crystallization and polymorphic transitions in bulk samples with the click of a button. This thermal analysis technique excels when measuring samples with delicate microstructures or in cases where typical thermal analysis techniques fail. view less
Rheolaser™ Master Formulaction Inc. The Rheolaser™ Master uses Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy in order to characterize the viscoelastic nature of concentrated samples in a native state. This non-invasive technique can allow for the determination of viscosity and elasticity profiles as well as ...view more The Rheolaser™ Master uses Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy in order to characterize the viscoelastic nature of concentrated samples in a native state. This non-invasive technique can allow for the determination of viscosity and elasticity profiles as well as accurate gel point determination. view less
Turbiscan™ AGS Formulaction Inc. The Turbiscan™ AGS integrates the Turbiscan™ LAB stability analyzer to an autosampling robot capable of analyzing up to 54 samples with three different temperature chambers operating from RT to 60 degrees C.
Turbiscan™ Classic MA 2000 Formulaction Inc. Turbiscan™ Classic MA 2000 is the device to optimise the pre-formulation work by giving an insight into the instability phenomena.
Turbiscan™ LAB Formulaction Inc. The Turbiscan™ LAB can quantify and predict the stability of concentrated systems such as emulsions, dispersions and foams. A non-invasive Multiple Light Scattering (MLS) technique is employed to determine the intensity of particle migration kinetics (sed...view more The Turbiscan™ LAB can quantify and predict the stability of concentrated systems such as emulsions, dispersions and foams. A non-invasive Multiple Light Scattering (MLS) technique is employed to determine the intensity of particle migration kinetics (sedimentation, creaming, clarification) and particle size change kinetics (flocculation, coalescence, packing) as well as phase thickness growth. Analysis can be performed from RT to 60 degrees C on samples up to 95% concentration. view less
Turbiscan™ Online Process Formulaction Inc. Turbiscan™ Online and Turbiscan™ Online+ to monitor on-line and in real time the physical properties of liquid dispersions: diameter and concentration.