The Brookfield Programmable DV-II+Pro Viscometer measures fluid viscosity at given shear rates.
Viscosity is a measure of a fluid’s resistance to flow

The DV-II+Pro offers exceptional versatility in modes of control allowing for traditional
standalone operation, automatic operation through programs downloaded from the PC or with
complete control by PC using Brookfield Rheocalc32 Software.

•The DV-II+Pro can be used as a traditional Brookfield viscometer for collection of single
speed viscosity data through the easy to use keypad; just select the spindle and speed and
read the value from the display.
•The Brookfield DVLoader Software can be used to program the DV-II+Pro to control
all aspects of the test and data collection without the need for the operator to monitor the
instrument; just start the program and return to the printed test data (printer is optional).
•The Brookfield Rheocalc32 Software will perform all control and data collection functions of the DV-II+Pro from

the PC while also providing a platform for advanced data collection and analysis.
In any of these modes of control, the DV-II+Pro will provide the best in viscosity measurement
and control.

The principal of operation of the DV-II+Pro is to drive a spindle (which is immersed in the test fluid) through a
calibrated spring. The viscous drag of the fluid against the spindle is measured by the spring deflection. Spring
deflection is measured with a rotary transducer.

The measurement range of a DV-II+Pro (in centipoise or milliPascal seconds) is determined by the
rotational speed of the spindle, the size and shape of the spindle, the container the spindle is
rotating in, and the full scale torque of the calibrated spring.

This unit is equipped with  a selection of cables, temperature probes and spindles, all in original carry case as
per images.

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All information given on this website is correct at the time of publication. However in the interests of technical progress, design specifications are subject to change without notice. Accordingly, data given herein should be regarded as a general guide only and does not form part of any contract. All goods are supplied in accordance with our standard terms and conditions of sale. If you need more information on using this equipment check out The Laboratory Encyclopedia.
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