Saybolt Furol viscosity

Saybolt Furol viscosity

[′sā‚bōlt ′fyu̇‚rȯl vi′skäs·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
The time in seconds for 60 milliliters of fluid to flow through a capillary tube in a Saybolt Furol viscosimeter at specified temperatures between 70 and 210°F (21 and 99°C); used for high-viscosity petroleum oils, such as transmission and gear oils, and heavy fuel oils.