004 Measuring a small volume sample of highly viscous glue with the EMS-1000S! 

Viscosity measurement in the chemical industry often relies on conventional instruments such as Rheometers and B type viscometers. Unfortunately, measurement with these instruments can be inconvenient as you need large volumes of sample and they need to be cleaned after every measurement.

Our EMS viscometer can measure very low volumes of sample in our sample tubes and zero cleaning is required! This is a lifesaver for samples such as hard-to-clean glue.

003 How to measure viscosity: Basic operation of the EMS-1000S Viscometer 

This is our introduction to the basics of operating the EMS-1000S.

Our viscometer is the easiest one to use on the market, with new users and experienced users alike achieving the same, precise results!

The EMS-1000S only requires small sample volumes and there is zero clean-up, just dispose the sample tube! Results can be generated in just a few seconds too! 

To see how this works and find out why our customers love our viscometer, please check out the video!


002 The safe viscosity measurement of harmful chemical samples 

Chemical solutions containing hydrocarbons are often toxic and measuring them in open vessels of some conventional viscometers presents a hazard to the operator. Samples are measured in a sample tube and sealed with a cap to prevent volatization and escape of gases with the EMS-1000S system presenting a safe working option for measuring the viscosity of such hazardous samples.

The following videos introduce how to measure the viscosity of chemical solvents like Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF), tetrahydrofuran (THF) and toluene.  Please take a look at thess videos, esepcially if you are concerned about the safety involved in measuring these substances.  

001 Playlist of 16 videos showing all steps from installation to operation

These videos were prepared to help customers with the installation and operation of the EMS-1000S viscometer by themselves in case our engineers could not visit them during the COVID-19 outbreak. 
The series consists of 16 parts introducing the instrument's features and providing instruction on both its installation and operation.