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Consistometers

Definition : Measuring instruments designed to determine consistency (i.e., degree of firmness), viscosity, and/or flow rate of constituent molecules of high-viscosity (viscous) fluids. These instruments typically consist of a mechanism by which the fluid flows under its own weight on a graduated scale, a spring-loaded gate to prevent premature flow of the sample, and a stop watch to determine the distance that the substance flows in a given time (i.e., flow rate). The values obtained are compared with appropriate standards that permit the determination of the fluid characteristics. Dedicated consistometers using several different mechanisms (e.g., Bostwick consistometers) are also available, including consistometers where the flow of substances is performed on a scale at a specific angle (i.e., with a predetermined slope).

UMDC code : 26332

   

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Cole-Parmer Canada Inc

Cole-Parmer Canada Inc

CSC Scientific

CSC Scientific has been manufacturing and distributing laboratory equipment for over 100 years! We specialize in three critical testing areas: moisture analysis, surface tension analysis, and particle size analysis.

Davis Instruments

Davis Instruments has been one of the world's leading sources of test, measurement, control, and calibration instruments since 1912. You depend on the equipment you order—and the technical expertise that backs it up. Since 1912, Davis Instruments has built a history of supplying customers with innovative test, measurement, control and calibration technologies. But what really gets customers talking is our "Customer First" responsiveness, which is woven into every transaction. From answering your most challenging technical questions to providing alternate configurations, you can count on Davis Instruments' application specialists to help you get the job done.

Endecotts Ltd

Endecotts Ltd

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