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    Automated HTHP Cement Consistometer Model RHC-8040
    The High-Pressure, High-Temperature (HPHT) Consistometer measures cement slurry viscosity or consistency under elevated pressure and temperature conditions. Maximum operating temperature of 600 ℉ (275℃) UNIT working pressure: 40,000psi (2750 kPa)  Double cells
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    Atmospheric Cement Consistometer Model RCA-1200
    The Atmospheric Consistometer is used for conditioning cement slurries as specified within API Specification 10. Determination of rheological properties, examination of free water content, and valuation of the API fluid loss test all require that the cement slurry be pre-conditioned by an Atmospheric Consistometer. 
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    Automated HTHP Cement Consistometer Model RHC-8020
    The High-Pressure, High-Temperature (HPHT) Consistometer measures cement slurry viscosity or consistency under elevated pressure and temperature conditions. Maximum operating temperature of 600 ℉ (275℃) UNIT working pressure: 40,000psi (2750 kPa) Single cell
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    HTHP Benchtop Consistometer Model RHC-7720
    The High-Pressure, High-Temperature (HPHT) Consistometer measures cement slurry viscosity or consistency under elevated pressure and temperature conditions. Maximum operating temperature of 600 ℉ (275℃) UNIT working pressure: 40,000psi (2750 kPa)
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    Atmospheric Cement Consistometer Model RCA-1250
    The Atmospheric Consistometer is used for conditioning cement slurries as specified within API Specification 10. Determination of rheological properties, examination of free water content, and valuation of the API fluid loss test all require that the cement slurry be pre-conditioned by an Atmospheric Consistometer.