Brookfield Offers Viscosity Testing Courses

By Chemical Processing Staff

Jan 26, 2012

Brookfield is offering two new courses designed to equip users of Brookfield instruments with the knowledge to get the most out of their viscosity test methods. The one-day training sessions are meant to give attendees a working knowledge to verify and improve on data required for meaningful R&D and successful QC testing.

Courses are offered at Brookfield’s headquarters in Middleboro, Mass., as well as major metropolitan areas across the United States. Arrangements also can be made to conduct courses at customers’ facilities where content can be adapted to their specific product applications.

The course titled “Practical Course On Viscosity Measurements” provides focuses on the tools and concepts needed to make the most precise viscosity measurements possible. The course is designed to benefit all operators from beginner to advanced. Participants also are encouraged to bring product samples for testing.

“Applied Course On Viscosity Test Methods” is designed for intermediate to advanced users in R&D, Analytical, and Process Engineering functions. Focusing on test methods and techniques, it reviews and discusses how rotational viscometers and rheometers can be used to provide meaningful product analysis. The course also addresses how to apply viscometric data as a problem solving and product performance/processing tool.

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