Tired of Glass Capillaries? Get an SVM!

Are you tired of using glass capillaries to determine the viscosity of liquids, but continue to use them because you think you need to comply with ISO 3104 or ASTM D445, the glass capillary test methods? Don't worry, you can still consider purchasing an SVM! The SVM offers a number of advantages, including lower solvent and energy consumption, rapid temperature changes and equilibration times, a wide viscosity range, and the ability to determine multiple parameters (dynamic viscosity, kinematic viscosity, and density) simultaneously. In addition, SVM test methods ASTM D7042 and ISO 23581 are mentioned in many specifications as an alternative to ISO 3104 / ASTM D445. For this reason, SVM can be considered the new standard for viscosity measurement. In this webinar we will show you how SVM can best be used in your industry and why now is the perfect time to say goodbye to glass capillaries once and for all.

Dr. Wolfgang Jud (English)
Dr. Wolfgang Jud (English)
Wolfgang Jud

Wolfgang Jud obtained his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Graz. He joined Anton Paar in June 2022 and currently works as product manager in the viscometry department, focusing on standardization of Anton Paar viscometers, especially the SVM.


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