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Viscosity Sensor 440: High-Pressure
High Pressure Viscosity Analysis for PVT Oil, Core Analysis, and R&D
The high pressure viscosity sensor 440 is used in various applications including PVT oil research, EOR, core analysis and supercritical fluid research. Fluid flows through a 1/4 inch high pressure port for measurement in which the fluid may be measured under low flow or static conditions. A Cambridge Viscosity system measures viscosity, temperature, and temperature compensated viscosity. It provides data via a RS-232, RS-485 or 4-20 mA signal.
The high pressure viscosity sensor 440 installs into a high-pressure, pump-through type system. Both ends mate to HiP HF4 fittings with a 9/16-28 thread. The 440 high pressure viscometer sensor is rated for continuous operation up to 20,000 psi and is static tested to 30,000 psi.
Our industry leading viscosity technology is based on a simple and reliable electromagnetic concept, which is utilized in every Cambridge Viscosity sensor. Two coils move the piston back and forth magnetically at a constant force. Proprietary circuitry analyzes the piston’s two-way travel time to measure absolute viscosity. A built-in temperature detector (RTD) senses the temperature of the sampling chamber.
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