Paint Viscosity Tester Viscolite d21

Order no.: Viscolite d21

£ 3,693.00
£ 4,431.60
Viscolite d21
price ex. (VAT / delivery)
Paint Viscosity Testing
Delivery time: 5-7 working days

Viscolite d21 Portable Viscometer
Mobile viscosity meter for testing, development, manufacture and quality control in the food, chemical, paint and cosmetics industries as well as for the study of materials

Viscolite d21 is a portable resonant or vibrational viscometer used in industrial and research applications to measure viscosity in samples 100 ml (100 cc) / 3.39 oz and up. Featuring a built-in thermometer with automatic temperature compensation and a nearly maintenance-free design with no openly rotating parts, this handheld viscometer is delivered with one stainless steel measuring probe and displays measurements in centipoise (cP). The energy loss measurement during vibration yields very high accuracy in very small vessels.

- Uses resonant frequency vibration to measure fluid viscosity
- No moving parts to damage, easy cleanup, and virtually maintenance free 
- Reading updates every 1.5 seconds
- Produces no compression or sound waves
- Can be used in any vessel, regardless of size
- Comes with an ISO calibration certificate
- Includes a carrying case

Technical specifications

Measuring principle

Vibrational viscometer

Automatic temperature compensation

Viscosity range

Immediate via integrated thermometer 

Centipoise (cP)

0 ... 10,000 cP (mPa.S)


General specifications


Repeatability Better than 1%
Temperature range -20 ... +120 °C / -4 ... +248 °F
Power supply 4 x AA (or equivalent) alkaline batteries
Min. sample volume 100 ml (100 cc) / 3.39 oz
Probe weight < 700 g / 1.55 lb
Display unit weight 500 g
Overall length 305 mm / 12.01 in
Materials Enclosure: Acetal (Delrin®)
Wetted parts: 316L stainless steel
Enclosure ingress protection rating IP65
Safety certification Safe area

1 x viscolite d21 portable viscometer
1 x measuring probe
1 x ISO calibration certificate
1 x carrying case
1 x user manual

NOTE: The liquid to be measured needs to be specified at the time of ordering.