Measure Viscosity by Sensing the Torque required to rotate a spindle at constant speed while immersed in fluid
For Immediate Release: Rotational viscometers have become a standard in virtually all industries. They measure viscosity by sensing the torque required to rotate a spindle at constant speed while immersed in fluid. The torque is proportional to the viscous drag on the spindle; thus the sample viscosity.
User can calibrate viscometer
All Spindles made of 316 stainless steel
Universal power supply 110-230v 50/60 Hz
Global service and support
The continuous rotation of the spindle allows measurements to be made over time, permitting analysis of time-dependent fluids
The rate of shear is constant, so both Newtonian and
non-Newtonian fluids can be tested
By rotating the spindle at several different speeds, shear dependent behavior can be analyzed
Rotational viscometers are the industry standard in determining absolute viscosity of all types of liquids with viscosities as high as 320 million centipoise. Digital models are available for low - medium - high viscosity materials.
Item #VI-B8325, VI-B8331, VI-B8337, and more