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CVI's Viscometers Support the Manufacture of Safety Eyewear

Jan 26, 2021 12:35:09 PM / by Patrick Riley posted in viscosity control, eyewear viscosity, Coating, process viscometer


Safety eyewear has never been more important than right now. In an industry that was already growing at a rate of 4% CAGR, with a projection to reach $3B by 2025, the COVID pandemic created a massive surge in demand for safety eyewear in 2020.

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Minimizing Piping and Volume Requirements for Viscosity Measurements

Aug 19, 2020 8:50:38 AM / by Patrick Riley posted in coating viscosity, eyewear viscosity

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Most viscometer sensors require a large tee or housing to accept their sample volume requirements. This is fine in larger diameter process lines, say 2” and above, but it becomes an engineering hurdle when space is a premium and overall system volumes are limited, such as in dip coating applications for medical devices or optical lenses. There are in-line viscosity solutions available for small diameter process lines and low volume systems.

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