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60000 cP VISCOSITY STANDARD

No. d'article 114858
Silicone viscosity standard fluids are most commonly used to verify calibration of Brookfield lab viscometers/ rheometers and are less temperature sensitive than mineral oils. General purpose silicone fluids are the most commonly used standard for verifying calibration of your Brookfield
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Description
Silicone viscosity standard fluids are most commonly used to verify calibration of Brookfield lab viscometers/ rheometers and are less temperature sensitive than mineral oils.
General purpose silicone fluids are the most commonly used standard for verifying calibration of your Brookfield Viscometer/Rheometer.
Silicone Standards are Newtonian fluids which are accurate to ±1% of viscosity value.
Silicone fluids provide excellent temperature stability and are less temperature sensitive than oil viscosity standards.
Brookfield Viscosity Standards are certified by methods traceable to the United States National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
The selection of one or two fluids will normally provide sufficient measurement points to verify calibration of your instrument.
All fluids are supplied in ½ liter (1 pint) containers complete with a certificate of calibration.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

- Accuracy: ±1% of viscosity value
- Excellent temperature stability
- Recommended for use with Brookfield and most other rotational viscometers
- Most economical
- Special viscosity values and temperature calibrations available upon request

Available viscosity values in General Purpose Silicone Fluids (at 25°C)
- 5 cps
- 10 cps
- 50 cps
- 100 cps
- 500 cps
- 1000 cps
- 5000 cps
- 12500 cps
- 30000 cps
- 60000 cps
- 100000 cps
Spécifications
Brand AMETEK BROOKFIELD
Référence externe 60000 CPS
Product Category Consumables
Product Group Viscosity
Storage conditions 1. Store at Ambiant t°
Transport conditions 1. Standard
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