Anthony Cote

Aug 3, 2020
Thank you for your question Sharad! We appreciate the interest in our blog!

Water contamination can result in higher viscosities when it becomes saturated and emulsified. These water in oil emulsifications display an increase in viscosity within certain ranges of water content, which vary according to temperature and pressure.

If you haven't already, we would love to have to join our webinar "Oil Moisture Measurement for Industrial Quality Control" August 27th at 2pm. We will discuss moisture in industrial use oil in greater detail and welcome any follow-up questions you may have. Please find the registration link in the "Webinars" section of our website under the "Upcoming" section.

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