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Stable Micro Systems offers full design, manufacture and product support facilities of high quality texture analysis and powder characterisation equipment
Located 40 kilometres south of London, Stable Micro Systems' 600m2 headquarters offers full design, manufacture and product support facilities of high quality texture analysis and powder characterisation equipment.
Stable Micro Systems' roots lie in high quality design and development engineering. We hope that this will be evident when you see the engineering excellence built into every one of our accessories. Our design and development skills are honed by our own applications laboratory tests and by feedback from our customers.
Every accessory is detailed on our in-house CAD system and manufactured on one of five CNC machines at our machining facility. Only the finest quality materials and the best quality finishes are used in the manufacture of our probes and attachments; food quality or better Stainless Steels (polished and mirror finish), aerospace quality aluminium alloys (micro finished and hard anodised) and ICI or GE engineering plastics.
Every probe and attachment is rigorously inspected for dimensional accuracy, profile and finish during manufacture, again both during and after assembly and finally before despatch to the customer.
Our product testing laboratory provides an advisory service to all customers, generates detailed application studies and liaises with those at the forefront of texture analysis research.
The prime aim of the company is to provide a complete service to ensure that products continue to meet customer requirements and to satisfy ongoing texture analysis needs fully.
Texture Analysis provides vital information to manufacturers. Read more on controlling the feeling of your cosmetics: http://t.co/qbqMUt0Atj— Stable Micro Systems (@StableMicro) March 7, 2014
Texture Analysis Properties: The latest post of our series looks at the measurement of Extrudability: http://t.co/mGJ2UQBg7I— Stable Micro Systems (@StableMicro) March 6, 2014