Brookfield Redesigns DV3T Rheometer

Press Release
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
DV3T

Brookfield Engineering Laboratories has launched the new DV3T Rheometer with full color touch-screen technology. 

 

This major redesign enhances ease of use while adding popular features. The new DV3T offers customers an advanced user experience in viscosity measurement and measurement.  

 

The 7-inch full color touch screen conveniently displays all test parameters along with measured values for yield stress, viscosity and temperature. On screen graphing shows real-time test data which can be captured in stand-alone mode, recorded on a printer or sent to a PC. Built-in math models, such as Power Law, can provide rapid data analysis for flow index and other selectable variables.

 

Quick, straight-forward, single point viscosity is also easily accomplished with the DV3T making it the ideal “all-in-one” instrument for busy QC labs as well as demanding R&D departments doing comprehensive flow behavior.

 

New PG Flash Software (Program Generator) allows the operator to create repeatable custom tests on a PC using the same controls they see on the new DV3T.  Once the program is created, it can be uploaded directly to the DV3T via flash drive. Both the software and flash drive are included with the instrument.

 

Enhanced security elements like customizable user levels and password access to assist with regulatory requirements such as 21 CFR Part 11 are available with optional RheocalcT Software.

 

Brookfield also offers the new DV3T Extra and the new DV3TCP.

 

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