Freeman Technologies will be unveiling a graphical user interface (GUI) for its FT4 Powder Rheometer at the Interphex 2011, to be held in New York between March 29 and 31.
The product is both flexible and intuitive and the data display is both quick and of high quality. It can be installed and operated by both experienced and inexperienced users of the system so that its multiple function features can be fully tapped. The software is a free upgraded version of the earlier FT4 version, and is available with all the new equipment.
The product incorporates shear, bulk and axial powder testing techniques for in-depth powder categorisation. A detailed and step-by-step guidance on sampling and running tests makes the product user- friendly. Experienced users can use the software to develop, operate and control specific customised protocols easily and rapidly.
The ‘Characterisation’ mode guides users through a set of tests that will give details of a powder’s inherent qualities and properties. The ‘Application’ mode on the other hand provides methods to conduct experiments that will support specific product working process.