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Saybolt Viscometer

Saybolt Viscometer

Product Details:

  • Product Type Viscometer
  • Color Golden
  • Usage labortory
  • Voltage 220 Volt (v)
  • Material Mild Steel
140 INR/Unit
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Saybolt Viscometer Price And Quantity

  • 140 INR/Unit
  • 1 Unit

Saybolt Viscometer Product Specifications

  • Mild Steel
  • Golden
  • labortory
  • Viscometer
  • 220 Volt (v)

Saybolt Viscometer Trade Information

  • Cash in Advance (CID) Cash Advance (CA)
  • 10 Unit Per Week
  • 1 Week
  • Yes
  • Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
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  • All India

Product Description

We have been able to stand a step ahead of our challenging counterparts by manufacturing and supplying a quality range of Saybolt Viscometer. In various research centers and chemical laboratories these equipment is used to measure the viscosity of a fluid. To design the equipment we use superior grade stainless steel, sourced from the most trusted vendors of the market. We check the Saybolt Viscometer on certain quality parameters to offer a flawless range to the clients.

Features:

  • Robust construction

  • Hassle free operation

  • Highly efficient

Further Details:

Saybolt Viscometer is used for determining the Viscosity of Fuel Oil and Lubricating Oil both thin & thick.

 

Saybolt Viscometer consists of:-


  • Stainless Steel bath with oil cup which is centrally placed in a water bath.

  • The bath has a lid which contains a Water Cooling Tube

  • Two handle with Two Stirrer Blades

  • Thermometer socket

  • Straight heater

  • Stirring is done by Turntable Arrangement.

 

A thermometer can also be inserted into the cup cover. The Jets, One Universal and One Furol can be screwed to the cup by a handle(without strainer, withdrawal tube and glasswares) can operate on 220 Volts AC mains.

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