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Joseph Chun

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VROC Initium Tutorial Videos Coming Soon!

Hi there,

Starting this month, we're excited to announce the production of a new series of videos on our fully automatic, high throughput viscometer: VROC® Initium. In the first half of the series, our specialists and Initium production engineers explain step-by-step on how to correctly and safely set up and configure your instrument. Each instructional video will range anywhere from 3 minutes to 10 minutes. Each video includes tips or other helpful information to ensure optimal functionality and capabilities of your VROC® Initium. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have, as well as creating additional media content topics suggested from you, our clients.

In VROC Technology, m-VROC, General Information, Viscometer, RheoSense, Inc., RheoSense Clients, Automatic Viscometer, VROC initium, High throughput Viscometer, FYI, Guidelines, technical webinar, technical information, Calibration

Social Media In The Workplace

In the professional setting, social media can be utilized in powerful and effective ways to engage your audience while simultaneously building your brand. With thousands of users online on different platforms, it is no wonder we are living in the era of information. People tune into their favorite social media network to learn about current events and ultimately to gain information and knowledge, whether personal or professional. Regardless of your social network platform, news and information are easily shared and streamlined into your feed thanks to features like hashtags to indicate trending phrases or subjects.

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Viscosity & Olive Oil

A couple weeks ago, our technical specialists Rick Paulino and Gordon Stack measured different brands and types of olive oil. The two technical specialists tested to see if there was a difference between 100% pure olive oil compared to olive oil that has been blended with 10% canola oils. Their study concluded there was a ~10 cP difference between the oils, with olive oil boasting a higher viscous characteristic.

In Viscosity Measurements, viscosity, Oil Viscosity, Foods viscosity, olive oil