Rheoline Multi-Function Rheometer

Rheoline Multi-Function Rheometer

  • June 22, 2016
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Here at Prescott Instruments we provide you with the latest innovations of rubber testing equipment and technologies. Within our testing range, we offer both Standard and Lite versions of Dynamic Shear Rheometer’s designed to supply you with the most advanced…

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Selection – Made Easy

Selection – Made Easy

  • May 4, 2016
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Not sure which Instrument is best suited to your testing needs? Our consultation service can help you! Finding the right Instrument can be challenging with the wide range of testing equipment available from Prescott Instruments. However we offer guidance and…

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Specialist Laboratory Equipment

Specialist Laboratory Equipment

  • February 17, 2016
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More than a Manufacturer Whether you need to measure the rheological or viscoelastic properties of rubber and polymeric compounds at every life cycle stage, or perform volumetric sample preparation, Prescott Instruments has got you covered.   What can we offer…

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Quality Sample Preparation

Quality Sample Preparation

  • January 27, 2016
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Here at Prescott Instruments we understand the importance of a safe and reliable sample preparation process, and that consistent samples can optimise your machine’s performance and ensure good procedures of quality control. Whether you need a Sample Cutter designed for…

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Introduction to Rheology

What is Rheology? Rheology is simply the study of flow which is measured using a Rheometer. What is a Rheometer? A Rheometer is a laboratory device used for rubber testing. What is a Rheometer used for? A Rheometer is used…

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Get Connected

Get Connected

  • November 4, 2015
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Our way of keeping you connected with us At Prescott Instruments, it is our pleasure to provide you with our latest updates, product s and other engaging information such as our fun facts and industry news, accessible to all via…

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Fun Fact #8

Back in the day rubber tires were white because the natural colour of rubber is white. However, in the early 1900s, it was found that the use of carbon black in rubber manufacturing provided more desirable qualities for tire rubber.

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