Flow Cup Stand

Working today with fantastic, easy to put up portable flow cup stand. Fits most of the flow cups like BS3900, Ford, ISO and all similar in shape to mentioned above. With three stainless steel poles is very stable and aluminium level bubble plate will help you make sure that set up is in the right…

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Procedures for flow cups calibration

Viscosity Cups remain the most important quick and simple method to measure the consistency of fluids in the laboratory and in production. Viscosity Cups are, however only suitable for lower viscosities and not for highly viscous substances such as pastes etc. The most accurate results are achieved with fluids within the range complying with Newton’s…

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Viscometer internal spring

Every viscometer / rheometer is supplied with an internal spring used to calculate the viscosity of a material. These springs have different measuring capabilities: LV – is for low viscosity materials and can measure the “thinnest” materials. Examples include inks, oils and solvents (the liquid in which a solute is dissolved to form a solution)….

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From 30th of June until 6th of July, we have Big 15% off on DV2T Brookfield Viscometer! Order now, and get first service free of charge! http://www.qc-labs.co.uk/product/dv2t-viscometer/

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Why do we need viscosity measurement?

The ability to gather viscosity data on a material gives manufacturers an important information about “product dimension”. This data it’s necessary to predict how the material will perform in the real world. For example, if toothpaste does not have the correct viscosity, it can either be too difficult to squeeze out from the tube, or…

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