Our consistometer is a general instrument used to determine the texture structure of food.
It is used to determine the viscosity of ketchup, jam and yoghurt.
The consistency meter (flow viscometer) of our is characterized by low cost, easy to operate and durability.
The sample can be quickly tested for compliance with standard viscosity, consistency and fluidity no matter in the laboratory or production site.
It is made of 2mm electrolytic treated steel plate and equipped with standard 100ml sample tank.
1.Durable:Stainless steel construction;
2.Corrosion resistance:Suitable for laboratory and factory use;
3.Compact structure: 14 by 3.5 by 5.5 inches (inch), occupies little space;
4.Only 75ml samples are needed;
5.Spring-loaded door, instant door to prevent sample flow;
7.Two levelling screws and levelling instruments;
8.Precise positioning of flow Angle;
9.Precision: 0.5cm precision scale is engraved to ensure accurate results.
Our consistometer (flow viscometer) features low cost, easy to operate and durable.
Whether the samples meet the standard viscosity, consistency and fluidity can be quickly tested in the laboratory or the production site, and only a small piece of laboratory bench space can be used.
It is the simplest and most accurate method for various fluid tests and widely used in chemistry, paint making, cosmetics and food industry.
The CONSISTOMETER is made of stainless steel as a whole, with a precision scale (0.5cm per grid) on the bottom.In order to find the consistency of the experiment, the base is provided with a bubble level instrument, which can adjust the level through the left and right two feet.
This instrument is also called "Bostwick Consistometer"
Step 1: pour the sample to be tested (usually 75ml) into the sample tank behind the spring door;
Step 2: press the lock on the spring door to make the spring door snap, and start the time with a stopwatch;
Step 3: the progress of fluid flow in the instrument can be accurately measured by a precise scale on the floor.Physical characteristics (viscosity, fluidity, etc.) of the sample can be calculated by comparing the flow rate within a specific time period (generally 30 seconds).