Publications | February 4, 2021
"Besides the basic four (flow, level, pressure and temperature) sensors used to provide a window into industrial processes, there’s a myriad of other sensing devices that you find in everyday products. If your food or beverage operation isn’t making widespread use of sensors to monitor your process, you can’t expect to remain competitive for long."
Publications | February 24, 2021
Shell has deployed the Rheonics DVM to get the density and viscosity data under harsh, aggressive conditions. Such essential transport data is necessary to be able to evaluate the DME/DEW injection potential for various applications, from EOR/IOR to near wellbore stimulation. A paper was published for presentation at the SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Improved Oil Recovery Conference.
Applications, Case Studies | September 17, 2019
"We have found that working with the cup is not only outdated, but actually counterproductive. After a few months we stopped converting to cup seconds altogether."
Publications | November 6, 2020
To ensure consistent high-quality coating, the change in paint viscosity through-out the process stream is monitored in real time, making viscosity adjustments as required.
Publications | December 1, 2020
"Consistency of the batter for fried chicken is all important to maintain quality, and in-line viscosity monitoring and control can get it right all the time, as opposed to waiting for grab-sample results from the lab, which will never be the same as what's in the pipe."
Applications | May 25, 2020
When evaluating the Rheonics SRV for a particular inline measurement, it is essential to operate the SRV under actual process conditions. The SRV must be placed in a process line in which the product is flowing, and the viscosity and temperature recorded during operation of the process line.
Applications | November 8, 2019
Getting the viscosity of the fluid/sand mix to the right point is critical to ensure that the important function of fracturing fluid to carry and transport proppants into the fracture is achieved.