To optimize a customer's investment in rheological instrumentation, instrument training is recommended. This typically takes 1 or 2 days and ensures that technicians become totally familiar with all aspects of a particular instrument. Training costs are based on labour and travel expenses.
Also available are teaching seminars and lectures on practical viscometry and rheology, with advanced courses available on modeling and advanced rheological measurement and data interpretation.
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