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# ElcoCalc™ Mobile App

## Save time converting viscosity cup flow time into Centistokes (cSt) by using Elcometer’s free app, ElcoCalc™, available from the Android or Apple App stores.

Fast and easy to use, ElcoCalc™ instantly converts viscosity cup flow time in seconds into Centistokes (cSt).

ElcoCalc™ works out the viscosity in Centistokes for you – simply choose your cup type, enter the flow time, and ElcoCalc™ does the rest.

In addition this software calculates the adjusted measurement for the Elcometer SCM 400 Salt Contamination Meter when used with Elcometer 130 High Purity Filter Papers in μg/cm².

If the Elcometer 130 High Purity Filter Papers are used with the Elcometer SCM 400 the reading should be corrected using the formula: y = 0.95x – 0.4 where y is the cleanliness value in μg/cm² and x is the Elcometer SCM 400 meter reading in μg/cm2. Option to apply the temperature compensation of 1.7% per °C.

By using ElcoCalc™ it automatically calculates the correct reading.

ElcoCalc™ is free software that is available on Android and the App Store. Compatible with Android™ mobile devices running Android™ 2.1 or later and also iPod, iPhone and iPad running iOS 4.0 or later.

iOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under licence.

iPhone, iPod, iPod touch, iPad and App Store are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries.

## Videos

### How to measure viscosity using Elcometer Dip Cups

When measuring the viscosity of a liquid, it is a common misconception that you are measuring how thick or thin a liquid is. What you are really measuring is the resistance a fluid has to flow.

There are a number of ways to measure the viscosity of a liquid, one of which is dip cups.

# RELATED VIDEOS

How to measure viscosity using Elcometer Dip Cups

When measuring the viscosity of a liquid, it is a common misconception that you are measuring how thick or thin a liquid is. What you are really measuring is the resistance a fluid has to flow.

There are a number of ways to measure the viscosity of a liquid, one of which is dip cups.