EZ Test Texture Analyzer

EZ Test Texture Analyzer
by Shimadzu Scientific Instruments Inc.


This tester can easily provide high-precision data with excellent reproducibility for a variety of fields whenever needed. It is useful in a wide range of fields since it can quantify the texture properties of foods, medicines and pharmaceuticals, such as bite texture, sensation and palatability, perform QA evaluation according to changes in hardness, and perform strength evaluation of food w...read more

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Description

 

This tester can easily provide high-precision data with excellent reproducibility for a variety of fields whenever needed.

It is useful in a wide range of fields since it can quantify the texture properties of foods, medicines and pharmaceuticals, such as bite texture, sensation and palatability, perform QA evaluation according to changes in hardness, and perform strength evaluation of food wrappings.

Features & Benefits:

  • The compact size fits easily on tables.
  • Lower table height (20% lower) and larger work space
  • This makes it easier to exchange jigs and samples and to perform a wide variety of operations.
  • EZ Test uses a high-precision load cell that guarantees accuracy to within ±0.5% of the indicted value over a wide range from 1/500 to 1/1 of the load cell capacity.
  • Tests can be performed at up to maximum load capacity levels across the entire test speed range from 0.001 to 2000 mm/min (HS model).
  • Maximum test speed: 2000mm/min, Return speed: 3000mm/min (HS model)
    The high return speed significantly reduces the wait time between tests, even for those with long displacements.
  • EZ Test can measure 1000 data per sec, enabling accurate detection of peak force.

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EZ Test Texture Analyzer by Shimadzu Scientific Instruments Inc.
EZ Test Texture Analyzer

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