Freeman Technology, a global leader in the development and application of powder characterisation techniques, has appointed Powder Development as its exclusive distributor for the Nordic countries of Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. The appointment follows news of a record first quarter for the company that saw more FT4 Powder Rheometer® ... read more
In certain circumstances, an analytical system is purchased to directly meet a regulatory requirement to measure a specific variable. However, more commonly, the investment decisions surrounding analytical instrumentation involve a more nuanced balancing of the perceived benefits and cost.
Analytical instruments deliver data or information. The purchase of an analytical system ... read more
A new ASTM International standard will help users undertake shear testing using the Freeman Technology FT4 Powder Rheometer®.
Entitled, ‘Standard Test Method for Shear Testing of Powders using the Freeman Technology FT4 Powder Rheometer Shear Cell’, ASTM D7891 details the apparatus and procedures for evaluating the incipient failure properties of ... read more
Freeman Technology, the powder characterisation specialists, will be exhibiting the FT4 Powder Rheometer®, a universal powder tester, at ACHEMA 2015 (Frankfurt, Germany; 15-19 June 2015), and will be distributing the recently released booklet ‘The Value of Powder Testing’.
Visitors will have the opportunity to discuss their individual powder processing challenges with ... read more
Freeman Technology is pleased to announce the release of a new application note that demonstrates the value of powder rheology in identifying and quantifying minor differences in material batches that can influence process performance and ultimately impact product quality and productivity.
Freeman Technology, a global leader in powder characterisation, has published 'The Value of Powder Testing', the third in the company's series of educational guides on powder characterisation for industrial applications. The new booklet focuses on how to assess the economic benefits that a powder tester can deliver and explains how ... read more
Over 70% of materials in the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries (from raw materials, additives and intermediates through to manufactured products) are supplied as relatively free-flowing powders, intended to be suitable for the manufacturing process or final application. For logistical reasons however, these materials will often have to be stored ... read more
Freeman Technology, a global leader in powder characterization, has launched a new website, providing an authoritative knowledge base for formulation scientists, process engineers and product developers working with powders. The new site provides a detailed overview of the complexity of powders and the challenges they present, and uses industry specific ... read more