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â â Less than 15mpa.s of liquid selection of No. 0 rotor
â â A sample used to measure very low viscosity
â â Cylindrical rotor can accurately calculate the shear rate, which is easy to analyze the product in detail.
â â Apply to Rotational Viscometer NDJ Series of NDJ-5 NDJ-8S NDJ-9S
â â Less than 15mpa.s of liquid selection of No. 0 rotor, using No. 0 rotor without protective frame, the rotor No. 0 installed on the connecting screw (counterclockwise rotation mounted).
Viscometer 0# Rotor adapter 0 rotor For Rotary viscometer NDJ-5S NDJ-8S NDJ-9S Viscosity Meter No.0# Rotor viscosity adapter Rotary viscometer 1 to 100MPa.S NO.0 Rotor oil viscometer 0 rotor
Introduction: A: a sample used to measure very low viscosity B: the sample size only needs 25ml C: cylindrical rotor can accurately calculate the shear rate, which is easy to analyze the product in detail.
0 rotor ultra-low viscosity adapter, The method of use is as follows: 1, less than 15mpa.s of liquid selection of No. 0 rotor, using No. 0 rotor without protective frame, the rotor No. 0 installed on the connecting screw (counterclockwise rotation mounted).
2, fix the fixed sleeve into the lower part of the instrument cylinder and screw it with the sleeve fixing screw.
3. Pour 20-25 ml of being measured liquid into external test cylinder tube (with bottom)
4.Insert the outer test tube into the fixed sleeve and tighten it with the test tube fixing screw, When tightening, attention must be paid to the cone end of the test tube fixing screw to be screwed into the triangular groove at the upper end of the test cylinder(In the side circular hole, whether the triangle of the test tube is located in the center of the round hole is observed) The test can start after the temperature of the liquid is controlled
5, with the test tube without bottom, the method is basically the same (except 3), when the external test tube and rotor immersed in the test cylinder groove ring as the liquid level line.
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