from Lamy Rheology Instruments
Viscometers from Lamy Rheology Instruments are unlike any other. Each model measures a wide range of viscosity, and can be configured to almost any specification with the right spindles, temperature control and software. These viscometers allow you to meet the specifications of your product, rather than struggling to make your product meet the specifications of the instrument.
This test equipment is used to measure viscosity, one of the main determinants of flow characteristics in liquids.
What makes these viscometers unique?
All viscometers, rheometers and texture analyzers now come with a 7” color touchscreen.
The RM 100 Touch does not use springs or torsion rods that require frequent recalibration. It incorporates an integrated calculator for processing viscosity test results. Serial and USB ports support computer connections.
You can program your measurement methods directly using the touch screen, and back up your data so you can analyze or export them. It has a viscosity range of 1 - 540,000,000 mPa·s.
The RM 100 Touch:
The digital display presents temperature, speed (or shear rate), torque, viscosity, spindle, level of sensitivity, and time for the tests. It can be connected to a printer or computer for recording and analysis of test results.
For your ultra-sensitive measurements, the First Touch features a torque range of 0.005 to 0.8 mNm. The spring-less design makes the First RM a robust instrument for measuring dynamic viscosities.
This viscometer enables a fixed time for thixotropic samples. This model has a more limited measuring range than the RM 100, but the quality of measurement is just as high. The instrument can be controlled externally with the optional VISCO RM software.
The First Touch has:
The First Touch serves a special area of dynamic viscosity within the range of 3 to 180,000,000 mPa·s.
The B-One Touch has a 7” touch screen and comes with a stylus. This easy-to-use screen lets you see all measurement parameters at the same time.
Like the RM 100, RM 200 and the First RM, The Black One uses spring-less technology to convert spindle torque to a viscosity reading. It does not include a temperature probe, but has an unlimited number of speeds between 0.3 and 250 rpm and a viscosity measurement range of 15 to 180,000,000 mPa·s (depending on which spindles are used).
Some of the useful features are:
This is a shear-rate imposed rheometer. The RM 200 Touch can generate and fit flow curves without using a computer. However, it also has ports to connect to a computer and can use software to transfer data and to control the viscosity measurement parameters.
Special features include:
The RM 200 Touch is a special rotating rheometer useful for research and development, as well as in a quality control production environment.