Tamson

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Tamson viscometer and Tamson calibration baths are specially designed for tests that require ultra precise temperature control, or processes that need to be followed visually, e.g. viscometry, thermometer calibration, crystal growing, density and reaction rate measurement, etc.All models are fitted with double windows in front and rear walls. The windows are formed with two panes of tempered safety glass separated by 20mm air space. Visibility through the bath is excellent.


Tamson TV 2000

Ambient temperature +5°C up to +230°C (41..446°F). With the use of the built-in cooling coil and an external Tamson cooler, span lies 5K above the temperature of the cooling liquid. The TV2000 has a bath volume of 20 litres. The TV2000 offers two rows of 2 and 1 holes with lids. These will accommodate glass capillary viscometers in viscometer holders.
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Tamson TV 4000

Ambient temperature +5°C up to +230°C (41..446°F). With the use of the built-in cooling coil and an external Tamson cooler, span lies 5K above the temperature of the cooling liquid. The TV4000 has a bath volume of 40 litres. The stainless steel cover has 7 openings with lids. These will accommodate glass capillary viscometers in viscometer holders.
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Tamson TV 7000

Ambient temperature +5°C up to +230°C (41..446°F). With the use of the built-in cooling coil and an external Tamson cooler, span lies 5K above the temperature of the cooling liquid. TV7000 has a bath volume of 70 litres. The stainless steel bath cover has 7 openings with lids. These openings will accommodate glass capillary viscometers in viscometer holders. The TV7000 is often used to calibrate long thermometers, to calibrate master viscometers or for oxidation stability tests.
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Tamson TV 12

Ambient temperature +5°C up to +120°C (41..248°F). With the use of the built-in cooling coil and an external Tamson cooler, span lies 5K
above the temperature of the cooling liquid. The TV12 has a bath volume of only 12 litres and a unique stability of 0.005K. Offers 1 row of 4 holes with lids. These openings will accommodate glass capillary viscometers in viscometer holders. A permanent light is located in the top plate to supply clear light and guarantees optimal visibility inside the bath. A bath overflow outlet protects from expanding bath oil when the bath filling is too high. A bath drain is standard included. The bath is fitted with a double window of which the front pane is detachable for cleaning purposes.
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Tamson TV 12LT

Operational from -40°C up to +40°C (-40..104°F). Other temperature ranges are available. Bath volume of only 15 liters and a unique stability. The TV12LT offers 1 row of 4 holes with lids. These openings will accommodate glass capillary viscometers in viscometer holders. A permanent light is located in the top plate to supply clear light and guarantees optimal visibility inside the bath. A bath overflow outlet protects from expanding bath oil when the bath filling is too high. A bath drain is standard included. The bath is fitted with a double window of which the front pane is detachable for cleaning purposes.
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Tamson TLV 25

System contains a 25 litres Dewar flask. The fluid in the flask must permanently be cooled by a separate cryostat. The temperature set point is maintained via a microprocessor controlled heating element. When using the KV40 or KV80 minimum working temperatures of minus 40°C or minus 80°C can be reached. All presented data is measured by using a TLV25 filled with 25 litres of methanol and a KV40 or KV80 immersion cooler. At the minimum-temperature, the provided heat removal is still enough to maintain stable temperature control, even when glasswork is placed in the bath. The systems accuracy is better than the requirements of ASTM D 445 and ISO 3104. The bath is illuminated by a fluorescent light built in behind the Dewar-flask. The top lid has a turn table construction with 3 holes + 3 lids of 51 Ømm. By turning the lid the immersed viscometer can be positioned in front of the window. This window is heated to keep clear sight at low temperatures. The set point can be set in steps of 0.1°C from -90°C up to +60°C (-130..140°F). Overall accuracy is better than ±0.03K.
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KV40

Designed for heat extraction from fluid in viscometer baths. The combination of the KV40 and the low temperature viscosity measurement bath TLV25, allows stable viscosity measurements at low temperatures down to minus 30 degrees centigrade. Temperature stability of the TLV25-KV40 combination supersedes ASTM D445 requirements. Also, the KV40 can be used for other heat removal application
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