centipoise


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centipoise

[′sent·ə‚pȯiz]
(fluid mechanics)
A unit of viscosity which is equal to 0.01 poise. Abbreviated cp.
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Three measurements are taken and the average time is converted into a final viscosity value in centipoise.
The dispersers are available from 1 through 250 HP and are ideal for dispersions that are up to a maximum of approximately 50,000 centipoise.
The pumps handle capacities up to 150 1/min and liquids with viscosities up to 2000 centipoise.
It can measure fluid viscosity from 1 to 500 centipoise and temperatures up to 125[degrees]C.
Available in stainless steel and other corrosion-resistant materials, the probe reportedly can operate in ranges as high as 100,000 centipoise.
The drain time is measured, and a chart is used to convert this time to centipoise.
Designed for easy integration, the StarFire SG-1024/M-C delivers superior jetting performance from a 20-30 picoliter nominal (fluid dependent) drop size with fluids in the 8 to 20 centipoise range to produce single-color operation at 400 dots-per-inch from 1024 independent channels arranged in eight rows in a single metal nozzle plate that is replaceable and designed to withstand abrasion.
Hockmeyer's HCPS Immersion Mill is able to process products up to 2 million centipoise.
Compared to other single-shaft agitators, the economical Bow Tie Disperser is more robust and heavy-duty, capable of handling viscosities up to several hundred thousand centipoise.
2A (degrees) and viscosity above 100 centipoise (cP) or, the viscosity of maple syrup.
Regardless of flow rate, the XL7 can measure viscosities over 10 million centipoise (100,000 poise) at pressures of 168 bar (2,500 psi) or more.
The piston-style meters maintain [+ or -] five accuracy for lubrication oils with a viscosity range between 40 'and 200 centipoise.