John Morris Scientific
presents the TE-BBR Pro, Cannon's new thermoelectric bending-beam rheometer designed as an advanced controlled stress instrument for research of asphalt emulsions, binders, mix designs and forensics.
TE-BBR Pro thermoelectric beam bending rheometer can reach temperatures from 0ºC to -40ºC using environment-friendly Peltier cooling technology in which the solid-state bath vessel and its liquid content are totally self-contained, thereby eliminating costly and potentially hazardous mechanical refrigeration components.
Capable of applying a maximum force of 44 N with a resolution to 1.4 mN, TE-BBR Pro offers a maximum deflection of -2.5 to +7.5mm with a resolution to 0.15μm. The instrument was offered initially for specimens 12.7mm wide and 6.4mm or 12.7mm thick on any span of 100, 120, 140 or 160mm.
The TE-BBR Pro features self-contained high resolution acquisition electronics, which allows for totally programmable stress rates, stress profiles and test periods via the control PC.
TE-BBR Pro thermoelectric bending-beam rheometer meets or exceeds ASTM D 6648, AASHTO T313, and SHRP, Provisions for Flexural Creep Testing of Asphalt Binders.