A new viscosity control system for in-line or in-tank processes such as adhesives, coatings, food ingredients, and printing inks with one to three stations is being introduced by Norcross Corporation of Newton, MA, U.S.A.
The Norcross VISC1000 Viscosity Control System can monitor and control from 1 to 3 stations and features a touch screen interface that displays process parameters and trend data for each station. Displaying set-point, actual viscosity, alarms, and automatic/manual mode for each station, it provides real-time data logging and allows viscosity parameter changes on-the-fly.
Suitable for all processes where viscosity is critical, the Norcross VISC1000 Viscosity Control System lets users change each station separately, such as air valve, solvent control parameters, set points, high-low alarms, and color-codes for ingredients. Trend plot software provides data logging for 1 hour up to 7 days and systems are available for up to 12 stations.
The Norcross VISC1000 Viscosity Control System is priced from $5,995. (USD), depending upon configuration and will be exhibited at Flexo Latino America 2006 / BRASILPACK 2006, April 24-28, 2006 in Sao Paulo.