Spectro Inc. president and CEO Brian Mitchell said, 'The extended measurement range of the SpectroVisc Q3050 kinematic viscometer will enable users to handle a wider range of testing applications.'
Chelmsford, MA (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
Spectro Inc. has introduced the latest evolution of its SpectroVisc Q3000 series of portable kinematic viscometers that enable immediate determination of lubricant viscosity in the field. The measurement range of the new SpectroVisc Q3050 model extends from 1cSt-680cSt at 40˚C; the new functionality is the result of a new polished cell that provides the range and performance enhancements. The unit can also calculate 100˚C viscosity values with the input of the VI index.
SpectroVisc Q3000 viscometers are the world's first truly portable, solvent-free, temperature-controlled kinematic viscometers, providing high-accuracy measurements for easy detection of viscosity variations caused by contamination, mix-up and oil degradation.
SpectroVisc Q3000 viscometers use a patent-pending split cell design that enables measurement of kinematic viscosity using only a few drops (60μL) of oil. In addition, no solvents are required for cleaning sampling cell surfaces. The compact units fit easily into a toolbox or carrying bag and operate more than six hours between recharges.
Spectro Inc. president and CEO Brian Mitchell said, “The extended measurement range of the SpectroVisc Q3050 kinematic viscometer will enable users to handle a wider range of testing applications and thereby increase their ability to control operational and maintenance costs, minimize downtime, and prevent catastrophic equipment failures. The SpectroVisc’s small size, zero solvent usage and minimal sample volume features are consistent with our mission of developing and deploying field portable, analytical tools for operation by non-expert users.”
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