MÁY ĐO ĐỘ NHỚT
THƯƠNG HIỆU: BROOKFIELD
Thông số kỹ thuật:
Range: 0-35 cP min
0-2000 cP max
Output: 0-15 psig to
solvent valve; 3-15 psig linear signal proportional to viscosity to receiver
gauge and optional recorder
Input Air: 20-22 psig
regulated input; 3 scfm consumption max.
Flow: Sample chamber
requires 1 gpm max..
Features And Benefits
o Viscosity measurement and control combined in one compact
package that mounts easily to process equipment on the production floor.
Operating method uses the well-accepted coaxial cylinder principle of viscosity
o The Viscosel®'s sensitive response and automatic
operation assures continuous conditioning of fluid.
o Eliminates time constraints associated with viscosity
analysis of grab samples in the laboratory; provides early detection and
correction of in-process deviations from desired set points.
o Decreases raw material and product waste; maintains
control of desirable product qualities (coating thickness, ink printability, %
Easy to clean
o Only the measuring cylinder and sample chamber come in
contact with the sample. They can be easily cleaned or - if necessary -
replaced without re-calibration.
Easy to Change Range
o Measuring cylinders hook on and off easily, without tools
and without need to adjust the instrument.
Standard or Custom
o Using the standard mount, the Viscosel® can be moved
wherever and whenever required. Custom bracket, cart, and tank mounts are
±1% accuracy full
o The Viscosel® is guaranteed to be accurate within ±1% of
the range in use and reproducible to ±0.5% of full scale range.
o The easily read set point mark and viscosity indicator
are in parallel when the instrument is on control, making possible a quick
visual check, even from a distance.
o The Viscosel® and its drive, the indicator/controller and
the valve for solvent addition are all pneumatically operated, without complex
o The Viscosel® system offers on/off pneumatic control with
1% throttling action. Whether working with inks, coatings or lacquers, the
instrument maintains constant viscosity by controlled solvent addition. The
viscometer is also available as a transducer only.