Newton, Mass.-based Norcross Corp.’s
new Norcross VISC1000 Viscosity Control System can monitor and control one to three stations for
in-line or in-tank processes, including coating, adhesive and printing ink.
The system’s touch screen displays trend data and process parameters — such as set point,
alarms, automatic/manual mode and actual viscosity — for each station. The system’s software allows
users to change parameters at each station separately, and plot trends over one hour and up to