The TQC Ring Stand for Viscosity Cup is a ring stand made of galvanized steel, suitable for all TQC Viscosity Cups according DIN, ISO and ASTM.



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TQC Ring Stand For Viscosity Cup

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The TQC Viscosity Calculator is an indicative conversion table relating viscosity (in Cst) to flow time of different cups. Printed on the front is the No.4 complying with BS-NF-ASTM-Din and Zahn 2, on the back ISO no.’s 3-4-5-6 and Zahn 3 as well as the Gardner viscosimeter.


A series of ultra-flat TQC Glass Film Application Tables, designed to draw down sample coatings on test charts with a high degree of reproducibility. The glass application tables are equipped with a strong clamp to hold down the charts and four rubber feet at the bottom to prevent the glass application table from slipping. Supplied with rubber top cover for use with specific applicators. To be used with Bird Applicator, Baker Applicator, Quadruplex Applicator, Bar Applicator, and any other type film applicator.


Imperfections or problems found during inspections of coating work usually require attention of second or third parties after they have been found. A second opinion of the paint supplier, witnessing of counter parties or just the attention of a repair crew. In each case it is important the above mentioned spots are easily found back, also when the original inspector is not around anymore. Large structures such a ships, bridges and steel construction but also poorly lit area’s such as tanks can cause problems in that respect. How, for example, would you describe the exact location of a number of small pinholes, hardly visible (or even non-visible) with the naked eye in a 5000 square meter tank bottom? For recordkeeping often pictures of the problems found are being taken. Including the TQC CDI label in the photograph retrieves immediately the dimensions of the defects and the writable area on the label offers the possibility to add extra information to the photograph. In a serial production environment the CDI labels can be used to identify parts for rework or scrap.