VISCOSITY CUP ASTM D1200 IMMERSION FORD

The TQC Viscosity Cup Immersion Ford is a range of titanium anodized aluminum or stainless steel  (SS303) viscosity cups with stainless steel inner cavity fixed nozzle and handle. Ideal for measuring coatings and other fluids during application or production.

 

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Art. No. VF2084

TQC Viscosity Cup ASTM D1200 Immersion Ford
Type: made of titanium anodised aluminum, with fixed nozzle, orifice No. 1
Optional: possible to certify by calibration with certified oils


Art. No. VF2085

TQC Viscosity Cup ASTM D1200 Immersion Ford
Type: made of titanium anodised aluminum, with fixed nozzle, orifice No. 2
Optional: possible to certify by calibration with certified oils


Art. No. VF2087

TQC Viscosity Cup ASTM D1200 Immersion Ford
Type:  made of titanium anodised aluminum, with fixed nozzle, orifice No. 4


Art. No. VF2088

TQC Viscosity Cup ASTM D1200 Immersion Ford
Type: made of titanium anodised aluminum, with fixed nozzle, orifice No. 5
Optional: possible to certify by calibration with certified oils


Art. No. VF2232

TQC Viscosity Cup ASTM D1200 Immersion Ford
Type: made of stainless steel, with fixed nozzle, orifice No. 1
Optional: possible to certify by calibration with certified oils


Art. No. VF2233

TQC Viscosity Cup ASTM D1200 Immersion Ford
Type: made of stainless steel, with fixed nozzle, orifice No. 2
Optional: possible to certify by calibration with certified oils


Art. No. VF2236

TQC Viscosity Cup ASTM D1200 Immersion Ford
Type: made of stainless steel, with fixed nozzle, orifice No. 5
Optional: possible to certify by calibration with certified oils

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