High Temperature & Hight Shear Stress Viscometer hts-VROC

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hts-VROC® provides the added capability to measure at temperatures as high as 105 °C.

Because viscosity is heavily dependent on temperature, all VROC viscometers come with the option of adding temperature control.

Different applications may require high temperature viscosity analysis for instance, the oil/lubricant industry.

When working with lubricants, specific shear rates and temperature ranges have to be tested to mimic the conditions in which the lubricants will actually perform in such as in the bearings of internal combustion engines. To meet this requirement, we introduced the hts-VROC® model.

This system provides the same features and specifications as m-VROC®, but hts-VROC® provides the added capability to measure at temperatures as high as 105 °C.

  • Polymers
  • Fiber extrusion spinnerets
  • Paint rolling
  • Blow molding
  • Ink jet printer nozzles
  • Sheet or film drawing
  • Flow through a porous media
Technical specifications
  • Minimum Sample Volume: 50 µL
  • Maximum Shear Rate: 0.5 ~ 1,400,000 s-1
  • Viscosity Range: 0.2 ~ 100,000 (mPa*s) (or cP)
  • Temperature Stability: ~ +/- 0.07 °C
  • Accuracy: Up to 2% of Reading
  • Temperature Range: 4 to 105 °C
  • Shear Rate & Temperature Sweeps: Yes
  • Sample Measuring Time: <1 min
  • Non-Newtonian: Yes
  • Repeatability: Up To 0.5% of Reading
  • Evaporation, Air/Liquid Interference: No
  • T-E-VROC-A20
  • T-E-VROC-B20
  • T-E-VROC-C20
  • T-E-VROC-E20
  • VROC-300-1.0H
  • VROC-300-10-AD
  • VROC-300-10-AD-HTS
  • VROC-300-100DVA
  • VROC-300-500
  • VROC-300-000
  • VROC-300-001
  • VROC-300-002
  • VROC-300-6
  • VROC-400-3
  • VROC-400-7
  • VROC-400-12
  • T-VROC-600-10
  • T-VROC-600-9
  • VROC-700-2
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