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ISO 2555

Plastics - Resins in the Liquid State or as Emulsions or Dispersions - Determination of Apparent Viscosity by the Brookfield Test Method

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 February 1989
Status: inactive
Page Count: 10
ICS Code (Plastics in general): 83.080.01
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This International Standard specifies a method of determining an apparent viscosity, by the Brookfield Test method, of resins in a liquid or similar state, using one of the types of rotational viscometer described in this Standard.

The application of this method to specific products is detailed in annex A.

The viscometers, types A, B and C, permit viscosity measurements from 0,02 Pas (20 cP) to 60 000 Paas (60 x 106 cP).

Document History

May 1, 2018
Plastics - Resins in the liquid state or as emulsions or dispersions - Determination of apparent viscosity using a single cylinder type rotational viscometer method
This document specifies a method of determining apparent viscosity of resins in a liquid state using a single cylinder type rotational viscometer. The method can be used for viscosity measurements...
ISO 2555
February 1, 1989
Plastics - Resins in the Liquid State or as Emulsions or Dispersions - Determination of Apparent Viscosity by the Brookfield Test Method
This International Standard specifies a method of determining an apparent viscosity, by the Brookfield Test method, of resins in a liquid or similar state, using one of the types of rotational...
June 1, 1974
Resins in the liquid state or as emulsions or dispersions - Determination of Brookfield RV viscosity
SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION This International Standard specifies a method of determining the viscosity, which is conventionally called "Brookfield viscosity', of resins in a liquid or similar...

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