Technical Articles

Cambridge Viscosity by PAC has published these technical articles:

(Chemicals and Raw Materials)
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"Foamy oil" phenomenon is associated with primary cold production, a non-thermal recovery process, from heavy-oil reservoirs producing under solution-gas drive mechanism. The "foamy oil" hypothesis... (View Full Article)
(Chemicals and Raw Materials)
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Characterizing a fluid's rheology rapidly while using only a small amount of fluid (<2mL) is highly advantageous in many applications. Unfortunately, this has not historically been possible in most... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Coatings and Sealants)
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Pressroom environments are challenging. These challenges all too often translate to errors, and errors mean unhappy accountants and unhappy customers. Equipment advances solve some problems, but all... (View Full Article)
(Process Controllers)
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If you're running one of the 140 working refineries in the US, the last thing you need is an unplanned shutdown. But a production standstill is exactly what is at risk if you don't keep an eye on the... (View Full Article)
(Density and Specific Gravity Sensing)
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Cambridge Viscosity Announces ViscoDense The new ViscoDense® is a breakthrough 3-in-1 instrument providing instantaneous in-line measurement of viscosity, density, and temperature in one single... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Coatings and Sealants)
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Polyurethanes, which are prepared by the reaction of an isocyanate with a polyol, are commonly employed in a broad range of applications such as paints and inks. The physical properties and the... (View Full Article)
(Materials Processing Equipment)
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Some 15 years ago, DBR recognized that Cambridge Viscosity's technology had characteristics of significant value in analyzing live oil, including requiring very small sample volumes to produce highly... (View Full Article)