from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An instrument used to measure viscosity. Also called viscosimeter.
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- n. An instrument used to measure the viscosity of a liquid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as viscosimeter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a measuring instrument for measuring viscosity
Core loop H2/O2, laser flash thermal diffusivity instrument, video camera, and viscometer
The Viscotek TDAmax has an integrated triple-detector array that includes a low-angle light scattering detector and a four-capillary differential viscometer.
On-line viscometer exhibits high immunity to plant vibration, ease of cleaning and low maintenance requirement, it having no moving parts.
Hydramotion has reported how its XL7 inline viscometer has enabled a supplier of gelatine capsules to monitor the viscosity of the gelatine solution used in the capsule production process.
Hydramotion's XL7 online viscometer has solved a long-standing viscosity measurement problem for a paper recycling operation of leading global packaging manufacturer Amcor.
An XL7 online viscometer from Hydramotion has proved able to accurately monitor the dense media used in the separation of mineral ores by an exploration and mining company
Recognising the value of reliable viscosity measurement, a major manufacturer of spreadable cream cheese chose the XL7 on-line viscometer from Hydramotion.
However, if the viscosity is not constant, the viscometer still won’t work.
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