Engineered to provide ultra-high pressure testing & easy operation
The Hematite Rheometer can apply pressure to the pressure chamber as high as 40,000 psi, giving the researcher a pressure environment range greater than any competing instrument, while providing easy operation and simple maintenance.
Unlike the standard operation of a rheometer which operates via magnetic coupling, the Ultra HPHT Hematite Rheometer is configured to keep the magnets completely separated from the tested fluid. This helps ensure that test results are free of magnetically-induced errors.
Simple Setup, Easy Operation, Reliable & Repeatable Testing
Its design modifies the cell tower hardware to enable test pressures of up to 40,000 psi. It is built with a thick-walled steel pressure cell, which is surrounded by a fail-safe steel containment vessel to ensure operator safety.
- Built with a thick-walled steel pressure cell
- Surrounded by a fail-safe steel containment vessel to ensure operator safety
- For use with the Ultra HPHT Rheometer
Dimensions: 22" height x 12" width x 24" depth (tower) or 12" height x 25" width x 15.5" depth (cab)
Weight: 280 lbs.
Construction: Stainless Steel
Temperature Range: Ambient (20°F with chiller) to 600°F
Pressure Range: Atm to 40,000 psi
Speed Range: 0.01 - 600 rpm continuous
Viscosity: 0.5 to 5,000,000 Centipose
Torque: 7 μNm to 10 mN.m
Shear Rate: 0.0082 to 1020 S-1
Sheer Stress: 2 to 10,000 dyn/cm2
Repeatability: ±1% of full scale range or better
Resolution: 0.3% of full scale range or better
Power Supply: 120 VAC or 240 VAC (with transformer)
Coolant Supply: Tap water or chiller
Compressed Air: 120 psi
Computer Requirements: PC with MS Windows 9X/2000/XP/Vista/Win7