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AMETEK Brookfield General Purpose Silicone Fluids

General purpose silicone fluids are the most commonly used standard for verifying calibration of your Brookfield Viscometer/Rheometer. Silicone

AMETEK Brookfield General Purpose Oil Fluids

General Purpose Oil Fluids are best suited for those instruments using Cone/Plate Viscometers/Rheometers.

AMETEK Brookfield High Temperature Silicone Fluids

High Temperature Silicone Fluids are Newtonian fluids calibrated at 25°C, 93.3°C and 149°C. These fluids are accurate to ±1% of viscosity value

AMETEK Brookfield CAP Oil Fluids

CAP Viscometer Oil Fluids are used for calibrating the CAP series of viscometers. It is important to note that each CAP spindle has its own fluid

AMETEK Brookfield Krebs Oil Fluids

Krebs Oil Fluids are for use with the KU series Viscometers. Like all Brookfield Viscosity Standards, the Krebs Oil Fluids are accurate to ±1% of

AMETEK Brookfield Special Order Silicone Fluids

Special Order Silicone Fluids are for you if you need a nonstandard viscosity or temperature range. We can modify our silicone fluids to meet most

AMETEK Brookfield RST Rheometer Oil Fluids

These Oil Fluids are for use with the RST series Rheometers. Like all Brookfield Viscosity Standards, the RST Oil Fluids are accurate to ±1% of

AMETEK Brookfield VisCal Kit

An affordable "must have" for all Brookfield Viscometer/Rheometer owners with everything you need in order to verify the calibration of your

New England Biolabs Amylose Resin High Flow

Amylose Resin High Flow is a cross-linked affinity matrix used for the isolation of proteins fused to maltose-binding protein (MBP). This rigid

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