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Rotational ViscometryMeasures viscosity by analyzing the torque required to rotate a spindle immersed in the sample fluid at a known speed.
Wide Viscosity Range (in most models)Capable of measuring a broad spectrum of viscosities, accommodating various sample types.
Interchangeable SpindlesAllow for selection of the appropriate spindle geometry based on the sample viscosity and volume for optimal measurement accuracy.
Digital Display and User Interface (in most models)Offer clear digital displays and user-friendly interfaces for easy operation, data visualization, and parameter adjustments.
Advanced ModelsBrookfield offers a variety of models with additional functionalities, including:
  • Temperature Control: Enables precise viscosity measurement at specific temperatures.
  • Software Compatibility: Connects to dedicated software for data analysis, export, and report generation.
  • Rheological Measurements (in some models): Extends beyond basic viscosity to analyze material flow behavior under stress.
  • Programmable Testing: Allows for automated test procedures with defined speeds, shear rates, and data collection.
  • Quality control in various industries (e.g., paints, cosmetics, foods)
  • Rheological characterization of materials
  • Research and development of new materials
  • Formulation and consistency testing
This table highlights the key features and functionalities of Brookfield Viscometers. It emphasizes their use of rotational viscometry, ability to measure a wide viscosity range (in most models), interchangeable spindles, user-friendly interfaces (in most models), and applications in various sectors. It also differentiates between core functionalities present in most models and additional functionalities available in advanced models, such as temperature control, software compatibility, rheological measurements, and programmable testing.

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