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Freeman To Exhibit At Powtech 2004

January 8, 2004
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Freeman Technology will showcase a new-generation shear cell accessory for its FT4 powder flow rheometer in stand 11-315 at Powtech 2004, to be held March 16-18 in Nürnberg, Germany. The company's FT rheometers accurately and reproducibly measure the flow properties of powders. The new shear cell accessory uses the high-performance FT4 platform to provide automated shear testing with high sensitivity of force, torque and displacement. This development allows users to perform shear testing in addition to the core flowability determinations of the FT4.

For more information, call (44) 01684-310860, fax (44) 01684-310236, e-mail info@freemantech.co.uk or visit http://www.freemantech.co.uk .

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