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Viscometers that are simple & precise.

Our innovative m-VROC®microVISC™viscometers feature patented Viscometer/Rheometer-on-a-Chip (VROC®) technology. Utilizing state-of-the-art MEMS and microfluidics breakthroughs that redefine the viscometry industry, our instruments offer the smallest sample volume per measurement coupled with exceptional ease-of-use and accuracy.

Founded in 2001, we have become the leader in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and the emerging protein therapeutics industries. RheoSense instruments have been rigorously tested, approved, and adopted worldwide by Fortune Global 500 companies and leading research universities. 

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Webinar: Blood Viscosity

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How to Apply the Correction for non-Newtonian

The vast majority of fluids in the world exhibit non-Newtonian behavior. So, knowing how to measure, correct, and handle non-Newtonian rheological dat...

Fragrances - Low Viscosity Fluids

We have released a new application note on low viscosity fluids specifically by using an assortment of colognes. Viscosity data for different colognes...

Great Customer Question: Can You Measure Zero Shear Viscosity

I recently got a great question from our customers on how to measure zero shear viscosity with RheoSense viscometers. It is a fairly common misconcept...

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