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ATAGO VISCO™

  • Innovative viscometer
  • Convenient, easy operation with only one button
  • Portable, light, compact and durable. Available in stainless steel and also in aluminium body (as VISCO-895)
  • Very small amount of sample required (minimum 15ml)
  • Economical price

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Creating the Perfect Fusion of Innovation, Technology and Simplicity

ATAGO VISCO is a highly portable instrument for measuring viscosity and is capable of tackling a variety of samples in multiple applications, from quality control in food science to industrial materials processing. The viscometer tests for viscosity of a fluid by measuring the torque required to rotate a spindle at a speed set by the user. This measurement is often used as a benchmark in quality control testing for a variety of products. A compact design and capability to be powered by AA batteries allows the viscometer to be used in laboratory settings as well as out "in the field." The simplistic and intuitive control panel makes for easy operation, and a Mini USB connection port makes for easy data export to a PC. 

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Specifications

Measurement Scales
Viscosity, Temperature and Torque%

Measurement Range
Viscosity
A1 50 to 200,000mPa·s, 50 to 200,000cP
A2 100 to 600,000mPa·s, 100 to 600,000cP
A3 500 to 2,000,000mPa·s, 500 to 2,000,000cP(1mPa·s=1cP)

Torque
0.0 to 100.0% (recommended torque : 10.0 to 100.0%)

Temperature
10.0 to 40.0 °C

Resolution
Viscosity
less than 10,000mPa·s : 0.1mPa·smore than 10,000mPa·s : 1mPa·s

Torque
0.1%

Temperature
0.1 ̊C

Measurement Accuracy
Viscosity
±1% (Full scale)

Temperature
±0.2 ̊C

Speed
0.5 to 250 rpm, Number of speeds : 20

Sample Temperature Range
10.0 to 40.0 ̊C

Dimensions
120 ×120 × 200.6 mm

Weight
Main unit: 1.2kg (excluding batteries, spindles and temperature sensor) Stand + screw: 0.5kg

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