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Employee Highlight: Kark Kuklenz

Sep 23, 2022 7:50:29 AM / by Patrick Riley posted in viscometer support, viscosity, process viscometer, customer service

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We’re always thrilled when long-time industry professionals join us as new employees at PAC. This is definitely the case with Karl Kuklenz, who was recently hired in the role of Product Manager, Process Analytics.

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Employee Spotlight: Ken Mann, Asia Pacific Sales Manager

Jun 9, 2022 3:47:29 PM / by Patrick Riley posted in viscosity measuring solution, viscometer support, customer service

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For our next employee highlight, we’re introducing Ken Mann, our Asia Pacific Sales Manager. Ken has the longest history with CVI out of all our current employees.  

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Photos from CVI's Latin & South American Distributor Meeting

May 4, 2022 9:51:40 PM / by Patrick Riley posted in viscosity measuring solution, viscosity control, viscometer support

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Cambridge Viscosity had a great time in Vancouver, BC, Canada meeting with our Latin American channel partners at our first in-person distributor meeting since 2019! It was so good to see our colleagues from SICA, Supertec, Pensalab, Cecoltec, Melvyn Becerra & Cia., and Jose Jalill Haas Representaciones face-to-face, after more than two years of virtual meetings.

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Cambridge Viscosity Viscometer Supports R&D for the Use of Nanoparticles in Heat Transfer Fluids

Nov 11, 2020 4:08:10 PM / by Patrick Riley posted in viscosity measuring solution, viscosity control, viscosity management, viscometer support

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It’s always interesting to see how our customers use the Cambridge Viscosity viscometers to support product development and continuous improvement. Our customers monitor viscosity in thousands of unique applications they develop pharmaceuticals that improve quality of life, they test engine oils to make sure cars and airplanes operate more efficiently and heavy marine fuel so shipping companies to achieve proper fuel efficiency. They monitor the viscosity of coatings, to create high-quality lenses of all types. And, in the oil and gas industries, our viscometers provide the data necessary to understand the makeup of the raw material, so it can be handled and processed appropriately.

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