Viscosity Meter by Falling Sphere Method
A very simple way to determine the dynamic viscosity of the fuel.
Fill the tube for 3/4, add the calibrated (seize) stainless steel ball and top up with the fuel. Allow the ball to reach the lower end. Turn the meter upside down and measure the time that the ball (SPHERE) will take to reach the lower end of the calibrated distance. Multiply themeasured time with the given calibaration factor and the Viscosity in centi Poise is found.
|Dimensions (box):||cm x cm|
|Falling Sphere viscometer||1002054|
|Ball for falling sphere viscometer||1000068|
|Mirror for falling sphere viscometer||1000070|
|Electronic timer clock||E920630|
|Magnetic stirrer w/ heater||A-159|
|Magnetic stirring bars||5700427|
|Tube for magnets||7100107|
- + Specifications
Product No: 1002054 Weight (box): kg Dimensions (box): cm x cm
- + Equipment List
Falling Sphere viscometer 1002054 Thermometer 1000064 Ball for falling sphere viscometer 1000068 Mirror for falling sphere viscometer 1000070 Electronic timer clock E920630 Glass beaker 4110111 Magnetic stirrer w/ heater A-159 Magnetic stirring bars 5700427 Tube for magnets 7100107
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The Zematra Viscotool is a quick determination of the viscosity of your oil based on a comparison between a fresh oil and a used oil.
The result of the test will only tell you if the oil is diluted by fuel , mixed with wear particles or contaminated by other sources.
After use the Viscotool can easily be cleaned with solvent.
The Visgage checks oil viscosity on site, without thermometers or stopwatches. The Visgage can be used to check any oil from light spindle oil to heavy gear oil.
The principle of operation is simple. It is based on comparing the viscosity of an oil sample with an oil of known viscosity. The viscosity result is the viscosity of the product at 40°C, whilst the test is done at room temperature.
A careful operator in the field can test very accurate and much faster than most commercial laboratories.