Fibres, tresses, tensile, bending, fatigue, torsion…
The personal care market covers all aspects of personal hygiene and beautification, particularly in terms of skin and hair care. At Dia-Stron we offer an invaluable resource to the industry: the ability to assess, in quantitative terms, the effect products such as shampoo, conditioner and moisturising products have on the human body. Our systems are able to provide accessible data, measured against globally-accepted parameters, to assess the effectiveness of your product.
Our instruments are capable of testing multiple aspects of hair performance, for both individual fibres and entire tresses. Our product range includes systems able to measure dimensional, tensile, bending, torsional, tribological, adhesion, and fatigue analysis.
Whatever your business requirements, we can offer the appropriate instrument – standard or bespoke – to support you with accurate, relevant data. All of our instruments can be manufactured ready for full automation, dramatically reducing labour times whilst greatly increasing productivity levels. In addition, our cassette hotel can allow for 200 single fibre samples to be measured with no manual input. Get in touch to find out how we can help you.
If you are interested in testing but do not wish to invest in an instrument at this time, Dia-Stron also offer contract testing: click here to find out more!
Our all-in-one testing solution, the MTT175, offers a wide variety of different ways to test hair tresses. For claims ranging from detangling, softness and hold to flexibility, volume and smoothness, plus hair combing testing capability, the MTT175 will provide you with globally-respected data to support your research and development objectives. The MTT175 is a generic […]Continue Reading
Hair fibres offer a range of strength and other measurement opportunities – far more than equivalent hair tresses. These options are fully explored in our range of hair fibre testing equipment. With all Dia-Stron systems, single fibres are mounted using brass crimps or plastic tabs, allowing them to be placed onto an ALS1500 Automated Loading System […]Continue Reading