How to easily analyze non-flowing materials with a rotational viscometer
Do you need to determine the viscosity of mayonnaise, peanut butter, facial cream, hair gel, bentonite clay, wall putty, or any other highly viscous material? Standard measuring systems for rotational viscometers result in drawing a hole into the material - leading to meaningless viscosity readings ("channeling problem"). That's why, in this webinar, we'd like to show you some techniques on how to easily determine meaningful viscosity readings by additionally eliminating common measurement errors.
- Anyone working in the chemical, building, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, or building industries analyzing the viscosity of non-flowing, highly viscous materials
- Laboratory managers and technicians, supervisors, production managers, and laboratory technicians
- Quality assurance personnel, quality consultants
Patricia Gejer completed her PhD in Technical Chemistry from the Graz University of Technology. During her PhD she focused on the research and development of lithium-ion batteries. Prior to joining Anton Paar GmbH, she worked as a cell/battery pack development engineer for Samsung SDI Battery Systems GmbH. She joined Anton Paar in August 2016 and works in the viscometry department as product manager.
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