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ViscoQC 300

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Characteristics

  • Technology:

    rotary

  • Applications:

    laboratory, for the food industry, for the pharmaceutical industry, for the cosmetics industry

Description

Rotational Viscometer ViscoQC 300
The Game Changer
Developed for a wide range of applications, ViscoQC 300 ensures the quality of your substance – from almost any fluid to semi-solid samples – by delivering fully traceable viscosity results with a Peltier device for the most precise sample temperature control – right at your fingertips. Starting from a multi-point viscosity measurement for your respective purpose, your system is upgradeable with compliance (21 CFR Part 11) and/or additional analysis software to meet your future needs. Further improve your process with the optional sample bar code scanner and data processing via LIMS Bridge software.

Key Features
Touch viscometer for immediate start-up right out of the box
Unpack and measure right away as ViscoQC 300 is already assembled when delivered
Intuitive alignment check: Built-in digital leveling ensures correct instrument and Peltier system alignment
Relative spindles (L, RH) according to ISO 2555 included in standard delivery
Optional DIN and vane spindles available to fit to your applications
Keep your workspace tidy by positioning up to 7 spindles in the spindle rack
Fast and simple setup reaches fully traceable viscosity quality control
Built-in magnetic coupling: for easy attachment/exchange of spindles
Automatic spindle recognition: Toolmaster™ prevents spindle selection errors
Automatic guard detection: TruGuard™ documents attached guard
Simplify daily routines by connecting a keypad and mouse
Air-counter-cooled Peltier system for accurate sample temperature control (+15 °C to + 80 °C)
Monitor your sample temperature with a Pt100 sensor (-60 °C to +300 °C)