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FAQ Viscosity - Rheology
In this category, Labomat Essor answers your most frequent questions concerning the evaluation of the viscosity or the rheological properties of your products, using viscometers or rheometers.
For example, we will answer questions relating to:
- The theory of viscosity and rheology
- How does a Brookfield viscometer work?
- How to check the calibration of a Brookfield viscometer?
- How accurate is a Brookfield viscometer?
- What are the dimensions of Brookfield mobiles?
- Where can I find Brookfield cell phone codes?
- How do I know the measurement range of Brookfield viscometers?
- What Brookfield accessories should I use?
Can I compare measurements between two different viscometers?
Case study: Automotive paint viscosity according to ASTM D4287 or ISO 2884
Case study: Automotive paint viscosity according to ASTM D7395
Case study: Rheological properties of ground cinnamon
Case study: Rheological properties of powder preparations for sauces
Case study: Rheological properties of powdered brownie preparations
Case study: Rheological properties of powdered coffee
Case study: Rheological properties of powdered milk
Case study: Rheological properties of powders used for the production of pharmaceutical tablets
Case study: Viscosity of adhesive for floor coverings
Case study: Viscosity of cough suppressant and expectorant
How to better use your viscometer or rheometer using accessories
My Brookfield viscometer is due for verification, what should I do?
The verification of my measuring device is due, what should I do?
Where can I get my Brookfield viscometer repaired or calibrated?