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Measure lubricating-oil viscosity with extremely small samples

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RheoSense

RheoSense

The new microVISC-m viscometer is designed to simplify daily or routine measurements of lubricating oils’ viscosity. Requiring only a few drops of oil, the microVISC-m measures oil viscosity through an easy, one-minute test, eliminating the need to wait for test results from remote laboratories. The instrument requires a sample volume as small as 100 μL, and displays dynamic viscosity at ambient conditions. It also extrapolates kinematic viscosities at 40, 80 and 100°C, following industry-standard formulas. — RheoSense Inc., San Ramon, Calif.

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