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This viscometer has several new features  

By mjsmaling |

The new DV1 Viscometer is this company’s lowest-cost, continuous-sensing digital viscometer in its family of instruments. The head of the DV1 Viscometer features a new shape and a larger easy-to-read display. Multiple language choices are now included and the user interface has three hot keys for quick access to spindle selection, test speed and other functions. Optional Wingather SQ Software allows the user to collect, analyze and record test data. Multiple tests can be compared graphically and the user can export data files to Excel. The new DV1 Viscometer includes a USB output connection for a Dymo Printer. — Brookfield Engineering, Middleboro, Mass.

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