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Mecmesin launches new texture analysis website

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In May we launched our new Mecmesin Texture website www.textureanalyzers.com.

Easily browse our range of texture analyzers and read real world case studies on how Mecmesin texture analyzers are used to simulate interactions with a range of foods, cosmetics or pharmaceutical products and measure the physical sensory experience.

Mecmesin provides texture analysis systems for field, factory and laboratory test environments. Our expertise combined with our cost effective solutions makes us your ideal partner for your texture measurement needs. Should you have any questions or need any technical advice in the search for a suitable texture analysis solution do get in touch!

How does a texture analyzer work?

Texture analyzers can simulate any user interaction with a product and measure the texture experience.

Texture analyzers can be used to evaluate and control the factors affecting quality, processing, handling and shelf-life of a product, enabling the producer to understand consumer habits and acceptance criteria.

Food texture, through touch is a critical factor for the end customer, in addition to taste and smell. Cosmetics and pharmaceutical products are also highly sensory dependent, benefitting greatly from a capability to analyze texture.

Our range of texture analyzers consist of the latest systems, tenderometers and texture presses.

To find out more about how texture is measured and the benefits of using a texture analyzer, visit
www.textureanalyzers.com/how-texture-analyzer-works

 

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Mecmesin white paper: Force testing in medical tubing

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Universal testing machine range (0.5 - 5 kN)

Mecmesin offers a wide range of universal testing machines (UTM) for tension and compression testing. At the top end, our MultiTest-i systems are driven by the powerful Emperor™ control and analysis software on a separate PC, while our production-level testers in the MultiTest-xt series offer touch-screen ease of use and rapid processing. All of these systems give fully programmed control and accurate, repeatable testing, with test libraries for instant recall.

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