This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Sign marketing agreement giving Perkin-Elmer rights to market Rheometric Scientific's stress rheometer and dynamic mechanical analyzer in combination with Perkin-Elmer's thermal analysis products in North America and Western Europe. Rheometric Scientific will retain the right to market products covered under the contract. Perkin-Elmer Senior-VP Manual Baez says that rheology - the measurement of physical properties of fluids, gels and liquids - and thermal analysis - analytical techniques used to measure physical properties such as heat capacity, weight loss and dimensional change - "are complementary techniques that allow us to provide customers with a broader range of materials testing options" and "should enable Perkin-Elmer to penetrate more deeply into the many markets for testing and materials characterization, and to develop application-specific offerings"...
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