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W dziale tym znajdziecie Państwo dostęp do najnowszych wersji oprogramowania do wszystkich oferowanych przez nas przyrządów. W zależności od wersji Państwa przyrządu aktualizacje oprogramowania mogą działać nieprawidłowo.

Przed dokonaniem aktualizacji proszę upewnić się, czy dana wersja oprogramowania prawidłowo współpracuje z modelem przyrządu użytkowanym przez Państwa. W wypadku wątpliwości prosimy o kontakt z naszym serwisem w Poznaniu.

W wypadku pytań, bądź problemów z zamieszczonymi materiałami prosimy o bezpośredni kontakt z nami.

Oprogramowanie RheoWin służy do współpracy z wiskozymetrami od wersji VT7plus, wszystkimi reometrami oraz termostatami od wersji DC30. Składa się ono z dwóch modułów: Job Managera oraz Data Managera odpowiedzilanych odpowiednio za przygotowanie i wykonanie doświadczenia oraz za analizę danych wynikowych. RheoWin zarówno steruje temperaturą pracy najprostszego termostatu jak i kontroluje kamerę podłączoną do mikroskopu reometru MARS. Do głównych cech programu należą:

  • tworzenie oraz modyfikowanie doświadczeń za pomocą techniki "przeciągnij i upuść"
  • tworzenie w peni zautomatyzowanych szablonów działania urządzenia
  • w pełni konfigurowalny eksport danych
  • pełna wielozadaniowość (możłiwość kontroli nad kilkoma równocześnie pracującymi urządzeniami)
  • w pełni 32 bitowa aplkacja dla wszystkich wersji systemu Windows
  • możliwość logowania dla poszczególnych użytkowników
  • 12 języków do wyboru (w tym język polski)

Oprogramowanie w wersji 3.xx oraz 4.xx wymaga klucza instalacyjnego, natomiast oprogramowanie w wersji 2.xx dyskietki instalacyjnej.


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PolySoft to oprogramowanie przeznaczone do współpracy z systemem wytłaczarek i mikserów PolyLab OS, PolyLab QC oraz miniaturową wytłaczarką MiniLab.


Pobierz najnowszą wersję oprogramowania PolySoft.

ThermPlot

ThermPlot nadaje się do zbierania danych z regulatorów temperatury serii DC30 i 50. Pozwala na tabelaryczną i graficzną prezentację danych.

ThermStar95plus

ThermStar to oprogramowanie do sterowania pracą termostatów mających możliwość podłączenia do komputera.

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Kilkanaście not aplikacyjnych ułatwiających rozpoczęcie pracy z naszymi przyrządami i akcesoriami.

  • Predicting the Influence of Temperature upon Viscous Properties
  • Rotovisco RV20 Computerization
  • Introduction to Normal Stress
  • VT500 / Software / CMC
  • Interpretation of Regression Analysis Data
  • Introduction to Elasticity
  • Normal Stress Measurements
  • The Yield Stress An Engineering Reality
  • Rheological Models for Gypsum Plaster Pastes
  • Rheological Characteristics of Shaving Cream
  • Contribution to the Assessment of some Rheological Properties of Wheat Gluten
  • Rheology of Cigarette Glue
  • Textile Printing Inks
  • The Results of a Water Based Paint
  • A Method for Judging whether Slip Flow is Prevalent
  • Programming of the VT500/501 Calculation Factors
  • Flow Properties of Paint Pigment Suspensions
  • Normal Stress Measurement of Engineering Adhesives
  • Steady Shear Rheological Equations for a Parallel Plate Geometry
  • Viscosity Measurement in Accordance with ASTM D4287-88 with the HAAKE
  • Viscotester VT500/VT501
  • Judging Paint Flow Characteristics Relative to Application
  • Predicting the Shelf-Life of Particulate Solutions
  • Dynamic Measurements of Jello
  • Observing the Complete Viscoelastic Picture
  • A Method for Monitoring Coagulation
  • The Processing of Hot Melt Glue
  • HAAKE SROT Software - Stationary Flow Curve Tests
  • Consideration of Viscous Heating
  • Measuring and Interpreting the Rheological Properties of Cosmetic Products
  • Elastictiy and Effect Upon Mold-Filling
  • Tracking the Curing of Epoxy with a Rotational Viscometer
  • Mozzarella Cheese,Elasticty,And Eating Pizza
  • The Rheological Characterization of Thixotropic Pharmaceutical Products
  • Predicting the Flow Behavior of Spray Coating after Application
  • Cappuccino In The Lab? Don’t Disturb The Foarm !
  • A General Introduction to the Theory of Forced Oscillation
  • Making Routine Measurements Routine-HAAKE's Job Stream
  • Rheological Measurements of Pharmaceutical Products - Moisturizing Milks
  • Measuring the Effect of Gels upon Mouth-Feel
  • A General Introduction to the Theory of Creep Testing
  • An Analytic Overview of Creep Testing
  • What is a Controlled-Stress Rheometer?
  • Rheology for predicting process performance
  • Simulating the Slumping of Spray Sealants
  • Estimating the Yield Stress from a Stress Ramp
  • The Measurement of Cure with Forced-Oscillation
  • Experimental Errors Using Rotational Rheometers
  • Characterizing Flow Regimes - Testing Sprayable PVC Plastisols
  • Determination of the Zero Viscosity Using RheoStress RS100
  • Preset-Postset Function in the HAAKE Software
  • Controlled Rate with Controlled Stress Rheometers
  • Customizing HELP Texts of the Haake Software
  • Determination of the Yield Point Using RheoStress RS100
  • Double Cone Sensor System
  • Solvent Trap for RheoStress RS100
  • Printer Laserjet HP 4L
  • The Low Shear Flow Behavior of Latex Paint
  • The Effect of Temperature upon Creep Curves
  • What Is the Relationship Between Creep and Compliance Curves?
  • Screen Dump with HP500C, 550C and 1200C Printer
  • Determination of the Calculation Factors for Viscometers
  • Rheological Test of PVC Samples with Ferrite Filler
  • The Viscoelastic Properties of Chewing Gum
  • Measuring the Stability of Paint Tinter
  • Time-Temperature-Superposition
  • Double Gap Cylinder DG41 for RS100
  • Disposable Parallel-Plate Sensors
  • Measuring Fast Curing Melts
  • Viscosity Standard Fluids
  • Determination of the Yield Point - VT550
  • New Measuring Geometry to Extend the Application Range
  • Importance of Temperature Control During Curing Reactions
  • Measurement of the Viscoelastic Properties of Polymer Melts
  • RS100 Oscillation Software V1.3x
  • Rheological Charcterization of a Polystyrene Melt
  • Compressed Air Cleaning System for RS100
  • Characterization of a Polyethlene Melt
  • Hardware Requirements for Haake Software
  • Correction of the Air Bearing Friction
  • Print a Data Table with the Haake RheoPlot Software
  • The Measuring Uncertainty of RT10 and RS100
  • Determination of Instrument Factors
  • Pump Maker Analyzes Flow Properties
  • Creep behavior of electrorheological fluids
  • Which Is More Critical-The Stress Or The Strain?
  • Relaxation Time Spectra in Rheology: Calculation Examples
  • Properties of a drag reduction micelle system
  • Molecular Weight Distribution Obtained From Rheological Experiments Using A New Analytical Inversion Schema
  • Molecular Weight Distribution Obtained From Rheology Different Methods And Common Problems
  • The Torque Calibration Of A Controlled-Stress Rheometer
  • Modified HP-Starches: Advantages in Manufacturing and Texture of Processed Food
  • Wheat Fiber-A Natural Functional Ingredient
  • The Influence of Cylinder Geometry in the Measurement of ER Fluids with Cylindrical Rotational Viscometers
  • Pressure Sensor System D35/200 for HAAKE Rheometrs
  • SHRP and the Measurement of Bitumen
  • Adjusment and Testing Tool for HAAKE Rheometers
  • Peltier Temperature Control System for HAAKE Rheometers
  • ER-Suspensions And Homogeneous ER Fluids
  • Comparison of Rheological Behavior of Suspensions Flocculated by Polymer Bridging and Depletion
  • Rheology of Lubricating Greases; 1995 ELGI Annual Meeting
  • The new 1996 HAAKE RheoStress and RotoVisco
  • New Application Software V2.0 for HAAKE Rheometers
  • Polymer Package for HAAKE Rheometers
  • Thickening of Electrostatically Stabilized Latices by Ethyl Acrylate-Methactrylic Acid Copolymers with various Molecular Weights
  • Determining the yield point of food products
  • Measurement of the viscoelastic properties of resins
  • Experimental Influences on the Casson-Viscosty resp.Casson Yield Point at Chocolate Tests
  • HAAKE Micro Stress Control with RheoStress RS100
  • Determination of molecular weight distribution from rheological experiments
  • Monitoring flow properties of food gels
  • Applied Rheology in the Field of Dental Applications
  • Using paints - Application and Rheology
  • Trouble Shooting HAAKE Rheometer Software
  • Viscosity Measurements on Liquid Chocolate with the VT550
  • Yield Point Determination of Cosmetic Products with Controlled Stress Rheometer
  • Measurement of Butter - Complications and Possibilities
  • Rheological Characterization of Polymers
  • Measuring uncertainties at the VT550
  • Applied Rheology in Food Technology
  • Rheological Characterization of Tooth Paste
  • Getting best results from modern rotational rheometers; some inside information.
  • Viscometer-Viscosity DIN Standards
  • ISO-Viscometer-Viscosity Standards
  • Rheological Characterization of Paints for the Practician
  • Relations between Rheological and Sensory Characteristics of Cosmetic Emulsions
  • ASTM Viscometer-Viscosity Standards
  • Rheological Methods for Determining Molecular Weight and Molecular Weight Distribution
  • Investigation of Cremes and Gel Products with the VT550
  • Characterization of Pressure Sensitive Adhesives (PSA-Systems)
  • Rheological Analysis of the Stability of Pharmaceutical Suspensions
  • Yield Point Determination-a Critical Discussion of Different Methods
  • Rheological Analysis of Powder Coatings
  • QUALITY CONTROL BASED ON RHEOLOGICAL MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION FINGERPRINTS
  • Prediction of flow behavior in adhesive and sealant applications using different rheological measuring techniques
  • Powder viscometer according to Zimmermann and Weigand
  • UV CURING CHARACTERIZATION USING RHEOLOGY: COATINGS
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF CERAMICS USING RHEOLOGY
  • Understanding the Temperature-Time-Relationship for Thermosetting Systems
  • How to select the most adequate sensor for your application
  • Innovative Measuring Concepts in Quality Control and Development: „Series 1“ Viscometer + Rheometer
  • Rheological Investigation of three rubbers with different shore factors with respect to their shape stability before curing
  • Installation of RheoWin Software Operation Note
  • Setting up a measurement definition Software Operation Note
  • Texturizing Mayonnaise With Custom-Made Pectin Product
  • YIELD POINT MEASUREMENTS WITH MODERN CS RHEOMETER
  • Software RheoWin QC
  • New Features with Series 1 Rheometers and RheoWin 2.63
  • Series 1 Accessories:Measuring system Z10
  • Series 1 Accessories:Measuring system Z40
  • Series 1 Accessories:Measuring Plate MP61
  • Series 1 Accessories:Measuring Plate Cover
  • Series 1 Accessories:Disposable Plate Holder
  • Series 1 Accessories:Sample protection cover
  • Series 1 Accessories:Solvent trap
  • Series 1 Accessories:Cone Heater TC1
  • Viscosity - Temperature Dependence of Different Glasses
  • Rheological behavior of hydrogels in depedence on concentration of the polymer and type of neutralizing agent
  • Easy Rheological Measurements; For Example: Mayonnaise
  • Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) and the Measurement of Bitumen with the HAAKE Rheometers RW1 and RV1
  • Rheological tests on thermoplastic elastomers
  • Greases: rheological measurements in rotational mode
  • RheoWave 1- A Precise View on Low-Viscous Viscoelastic samples
  • Measurement of Elongational Viscosity of Polymer melts under processing
  • Improved performance in the detection of viscoelastic properties
  • Additional Information from Rheological Experiments: The Melt Flow Index Equivalent
  • Rheological Behavior during Phase Separation Induced by UV Curing
  • Optimization of the filling process of shampoo sachets wit the HAAKE CaBER
  • The influence of thickeners on the applicationmethod of automotive coatings and papercoatings – rheological investigations with theHAAKE Ca
  • Correlation of misting during printing withextensional rheological investigations on offsetprinting inks with the HAAKE CaBER 1
  • Optimizing and forecasting the fillingbehavior of coatings with the HAAKECaBER 1
  • HAAKE CaBER 1 – molecular weightdistributionPolystyrene, blends of standards, same MW, different MWD
  • HAAKE CaBER 1 – polymer solutions Polystyrene, Mw= 1.8 Mio g_mol in styrene oligomers
  • HAAKE CaBER 1 – binary polymer mixtures
  • HAAKE CaBER 1 – reproducibility

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W roku 2007 firma RHL-Service wprowadziła System Zarządzania Jakością. Obecnie działamy według wymagań normy ISO 9001:2015, posiadamy certyfikat nr 543/2007 zapewniający spełnienie warunków Systemu Zarządzania Jakością w zakresie sprzedaży i serwisu aparatury naukowo-badawczej.

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