The Elcometer 7300 High precision stopwatch is professional high precision, digital LCD pocket sized stopwatch for measuring flow time. Features include: Time/calender display: hour, minute, second, month, day, date. Stopwatch Measuring intervals: 1/100 second for 30 minutes and 1 second for 24 hours. Time calendar display, 12/24 hour mode.
The Elcometer 2215 Lory Viscosity Cup is a conventional cylindrical cup with a needle fixed into the bottom for quick measurements on-site or during production. The cup is first dipped into the product to be measured, then empties through the escape hole. Unlike other Viscosity cups, the flow time is measured as soon as the point of the needle appears.
The Elcometer 2310 Shell Viscosity Dip Cups are stainless steel cups for quick measurements on-site or during production. These cups are often used in the printing or ink industry.Simply dip the cup into the product to be measured, lift it out and measure how long it takes for the contents to empty through the orifice.The measured kinematic viscosity is generally expressed in seconds (s) flow time, which can be converted into Centistokes (cSt).There are six different orifice sizes available, for … Read More
The Elcometer 2210 Zahn Dip Cup is a small U-shaped cup suspended from a looped wire. This method is ideal for measuring the consistency of paints, varnishes and similar products.Simply dip the cup into the product to be measured, lift it out and measure how long it takes for the contents to empty through the orifice.There are five cups with five different orifices sizes available, ranging from 5 to 1840cSt. The Elcometer 2210 Zahn Viscosity Cups can be used in … Read More
Elcometer 2434 to 2437 Frikmar Viscosity Cups with Handle Thanks to its handle, the Elcometer Frikmar Dip Cups are very easy to use to perform checks on site or during the manufacturing process. It is ideal for measuring the consistency of paints, varnishes and similar products.The cup is first dipped into the product to be measured, then the contents empty through the orifice. The measured kinematic viscosity is generally expressed in seconds (s) flow time, which can be converted to … Read More
The Elcometer 2350 to 2354 Viscosity Flow cups are very easy to use instruments of anodized aluminium with a stainless steel orifice, for measuring the consistency of paints, varnishes and similar products. The measured kinematic viscosity is generally expressed in seconds(s) flow time. If the Standards stipulate conversion methods the flow time can be converted into Centistokes (cSt). Elcometer offers the option to order viscosity cups complete with calibration certificates which offer traceability and assurance that the viscosity cups have … Read More
The Elcometer 2400 viscosity calculator is a simple conversion table that allows the viscosity (usually recorded in cSt) and flow times (recorded in seconds) to be compared.A conversion table that allows the viscosity (in cSt) and flow times of different cups to be compared.Front: No. 4 Cups according to BS, NF, ASTM, DIN and Zahn 2. Back: No. 3-4-5-6 Cups according to ISO and Zahn 3, as well as Gardner Bubble Viscometers.
In order to check the viscosity cup’s calibration or to certify it for ISO purposes, it is imperative that viscosity cup standard calibration oils are used.The Elcometer 2410 Standard Viscosity Oils have a specific drain time, dependent upon the viscosity cup type (Ford, Shell, Zahn etc.) and the orifice or cup number used. To check the viscosity cup, use the standard viscosity oils in place of the liquid and measure the drain time. Specific calibration oils can only be used … Read More
Made from stainless steel, the straight scraper has 10 notches of increasing clearance. The Elcometer 4270 Sag Tester is used to establish a coating’s resistance to sag due to gravity.A contrast chart is immediately placed in a vertical position with the thinnest film at the top. The thickness at which the stripes join indicates the tendency to sag.The Elcometer 4270 Sag Tester can be used in accordance with: ASTM D 4400 FMTS 141 4494.1
The Elcometer 2290 Daniel Flow Gauge is a simple instrument and is used to assess the ability of thick or paste-like materials such as paints or printing inks to flow.The product is poured into the semi-cylindrical reservoir. When the instrument is lifted vertically, the product runs on a graduated plate, which is fixed perpendicular to the reservoir.The distance covered in a pre-determined time is the measure of the fluidity.