TESC-5133 Low Temperature Viscometer

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The compact, economical TESC-5133 Low Temperature Viscometer integrates and automates the ASTM D5133 process of conditioning and testing low temperature viscosities of engine lubricants. The TESC 5133 Windows® 10 software application records sample temperature and viscosity throughout the test, then computes the temperature (Gel Index Temperature) at which there is a rapid change in viscosity (Gelation Index).

Common applications for the TESC-5133 include gear oils, automatic transmission fluids, torque and tractor fluids, industrial and automotive hydraulic oils, industrial lubricants, and other fluids where low-temperature viscosity is critical.

Fully integrated and automated thermal conditioning and testing (-42 °C to +90 °C)
  • Automated alternative to ASTM D5133 sample conditioning and testing
  • Superior precision
  • Allows for unattended operation
Sample thermal conditioning completed without operator intervention
  • Reduces instrument set-up time
  • TESC 5133 Windows® 10 software records sample temperature and viscosity throughout the test, then computes the temperature (Gel Index Temperature) at which there is a rapid change in viscosity (Gelation Index)
Cost effective, ultra-compact design
  • Allows installation of multiple TESC systems in a relatively small benchtop area for redundancy and greater testing versatility
  • Conserves precious bench space
Configured for use with the Brookfield® DV2T viscometer 1/2 RV
  • Easy-lift system 
  • Simplifies positioning of the Brookfield viscometer head
Solid-state thermoelectric cooling
  • Peltier cooling is environmentally friendly, does not require the use of hazardous bath fluids
  • Enclosed sample chamber provides a uniform, controlled test temperature environment during the entire test

 

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