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9/9/2015

Automatic Gap Feature Uses Barcodes

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Brookfield’s Automatic Gap Setting feature for the RST-CPS Touch Cone/Plate rheometer uses a barcode on the spindle shaft to identify the spindle’s cone diameter, angle and truncation value.

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Brookfield’s Automatic Gap Setting feature for the RST-CPS Touch Cone/Plate rheometer uses a barcode on the spindle shaft to identify the spindle’s cone diameter, angle and truncation value. The RST-CPS Touch reads the barcode and then automatically sets the gap to the proper truncation value for consistent, repeatable measurements.

The RST-CPS Touch Rheometer operates in both controlled stress and controlled rate modes and features a user friendly LCD touch screen with graphical display. 

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