Freeman Technology has released its new application note on ‘Characterising Batch to Batch Variability in Gypsum Products.’
Gypsum powder is used in a wide range of industries – it mixes easily with water to form a slurry that can be worked into a desired shape before exothermically curing to form a solid mass.
A manufacturing method that processes the material to produce a consistent product is essential as even subtle variations between batches will lead to behavioural differences across the diverse range of applications.
The new study uses the FT4 Powder Rheometer to accurately quantify differences in the properties of gypsum batches that impact process performance.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/24112016/freeman-technology-releases-new-study/
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