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You see here one easy way to control a large tank of paint, base coat, varnish, ink or other liquid which is being sent on to some kind of application system. The M8B, mounted to the side of the tank, is a tank mount viscosity sensor. It can go on tanks up to 6ft / 2m deep. Turbulence, vibrations, density (specific gravity) changes and level changes do not affect the reading of viscosity.
Whether you are using a Zahn, Din, Ford, ISO or another cup we can control so close that you cannot see changes in viscosity. Except if you add a large amount of uncut paint :) Cheers !