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BROOKFIELD ENGINEERING: Ball Bearing Suspension/Spindle Coupling (7/9/09)

July 9, 2009
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Brookfield Engineering is celebrating 75th Anniversary by offering both the Ball Bearing Suspension and the EZ-Lock Spindle Coupling together on select Brookfield viscometers and rheometers. Previously, customers had to choose one option or the other, but now they can have both in one instrument. These options are available on select new viscometers and rheometers, or as a retrofit for existing instruments.

The EZ-Lock Spindle Coupling allows technicians to quickly and easily attach/detach spindles in busy laboratory environments, improving productivity. Simply slide the spring-loaded knurled sleeve up, insert the spindle and slide the sleeve back down. EZ-Lock Spindle Coupling adapters are available to retrofit existing spindles.

The Ball Bearing Suspension provides extended durability for instruments that experience exceptionally heavy use, multiple operators, or dusty and dirty work environments. The Ball Bearing Suspension can help keep instruments calibrated for longer periods of use, thereby minimizing down time.

For more information, visit www.brookfieldengineering.com.

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