Proven Excellence in Rheology – The Kinexus Prime Rotational and Rosand Capillary Rheometers

The powerful capillary rheometers and uniquely flexible rotational rheometers provides valuable insights into the flow behavior of a wide range of materials. Essential for your material development, formulation, processing and the final performance of the product.

Kinexus Prime DSR-III

The Kinexus Prime DSR-III forms part of a standard dynamic shear rheometer package to meet the demanding needs of research, product development, comparative benchmarking, quality control and assurance required by the global Asphalt / Bitumen Industry with true ‘plug and play’ functionality for all measuring systems and environmental control units.

Kinexus Prime DSR

The Kinexus Prime DSR rheometer is a dynamic shear rheometer designed for routine analysis and QC testing in the Asphalt industry, with true ‘plug and play’ functionality for all measuring systems and environmental control units.A diverse analytical research solution for laboratory testing. Industry standards such as AASHTO and EN specifications.

Kinexus Prime DSR+

The Kinexus Prime DSR+ is a dynamic shear rheometer for research and development requirements in the Asphalt industry, with true ‘plug and play’ functionality for all measuring systems and environmental control units.Access to all rheological tests supplied with the standard Kinexus package in addition to the standard Asphalt software.AASHTO and EN Specifications.

Kinexus Prime lab+

The Kinexus Prime lab+ is designed to withstand the rigors of a busy Quality Control laboratory, to provide robust and reliable rheological test capabilities.Ease of use is paramount in this environment, and the rSpace software enables Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) driven rheological testing for test protocols that can be used company wide.

Kinexus Prime pro+

Targeted at the rheological characterization of dispersions and other complex fluids and soft solids, the Kinexus Prime pro+ rheometer has unprecedented dual-action capabilities for both shear and vertical testing. A modular rheometer with true ‘plug and play’ functionality for all measuring systems and environmental control units. For research and development.

Kinexus Prime ultra+

The Kinexus Prime ultra+ rheometer has the highest sensitivity air bearing and widest torque range, coupled with the unprecedented vertical (axial) control capabilities of the Kinexus platform, for advanced rheological testing. Unique sequence-driven rSpace software enables fully customizable test design allow, set-up and investigate rheological test protocols.

Rosand RH2000

Advanced Bench top capillary rheometer for research to QC testing. Wide range of shear rates for correlation with real material processing conditions, in one compact system, meeting most test requirements encountered in capillary rheometry. Combining many advanced features.
Larger floor-standing models.

Rosand RH7/10

Robust research capillary rheometers for high force conditions.Used in hundreds of research laboratories around the world, the robust ‘H’ frame design of Rosand RH7 and RH10 floor standing capillary rheometers allows operation under ultra-high loading conditions, as well as providing optimized space for multiple accessory configurations.

Rotational and Capillary

There are two types of rheometers: rotational and high-pressure capillary. Rotational Rheometers: Kinexus Prime Lab+, Kinexus Prime Pro+, Kinexus Ultra +, Kinexus Prime DSR-III, Kinexus Prime DSR, Kinexus Prime DSR +.
Capillary Rheometers: Rosand RH 2000, Rosand RH7/10.



Not only is rheology an essential analytical tool for the R&D industry, it is also a valuable performance indicator for the QC environment.

What is Rheology?

Rheology is the measure of deformation and flow of a material and provides an important link between product microstructure and performance. A formulators’ goal is to produce a product which meets the desired performance criteria by controlling its microstructure and ultimately its rheology.

There are two types of rheometers

Rotational and high-pressure capillary. The main difference between the two is the applied shear rate..


Food and Drink, Pharmaceutical and Cosmetics, Polymers, Adhesives, Asphalt and Bitumen, Paints, Inks and Coatings