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Cone and Plate Viscometer 2000, low torque & temperature

1/23 CAP 2000+ L, 115V

  • Viscosity Range: 0.2-44.0 poise
  • Variable speed range: 5 - 1,000 rpm
  • Shear Rate: 25 - 5000 1/sec  (with No. 10 Spindle)
  • Temperature Range: 5 - 75 °C
  • 115 Volt Version
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$11,132.00 €10,019.00 excl. taxes & shipping cost


  • Provides for viscosity measurements at high shear rates
  • LCD display of viscosity in Poise or Pascal-seconds
  • Uses less than 2 ml of sample to avoid excess cleaning and material costs
  • Automatic viscosity range calibration and cone gap positioning make the viscometer easy to use
  • Set the viscometer to take a reading at different timed intervals to ensure accuracy of results with thixotropic fluids

Technical Attributes

    Technical Specifications

  • Temperature Range
    5 - 75 °C
  • Viscosity Range
    20 - 4400 cP
  • Speeds
    5 - 1,000 rpm
  • Shear Rate

    25 - 5000 s-1

  • Accuracy
    ±2% of full scale
  • Timed Readings
    Digital Timer with continuous running override; range 15 to 99 seconds
  • Printer Interface
    Parallel Centronic
  • Temperature Control
    Increments of 0.1°C
  • General

  • Interface
  • Power supply
    115 V
  • Dimensions: L x W x H
    48 x 46 x 66 cm
  • Dimensions: L x W x H
    19 x 18 x 26 in






Delivery Content



Guide to Viscosity Measurement

Viscosity is an important property of liquids to determine how they flow, spread, or level under certain conditions. It can be defined as a liquid’s internal resistance to flow. Being able to measure the viscosity will allow to predict the behavior in a process or an application. When applying a paint by roll application the paint viscosity will strongly influence the amount of paint applied per surface area, thereby determining both yield and hiding power. It is crucial for liquid products to undergo a viscosity measurement in incoming and outgoing QC.  

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