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Alternative to Gardner Tube Viscosity Measurement

  1. Nov 29, 2011 #1

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    I am currently using garder tubes to measure the viscosity of a material (mainly adhesives and some wax) in the process of manufacturing newtonian as well as non-newtonian materials. I am looking for an alternative method that is less qualatative in an attempt to decrease the defects per million opportunities as well as capture the data in some sort of software. The cone and plate viscometers have been researched and don't work well for us due to a very fine film that accumulates over a small amount of time. I am looking into a m-vroc by RheoSense does anyone have any experience with this? Do you have an alternative?
     
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