PAC, a leading global provider of advanced analytical instruments for laboratories and online process applications, is pleased to announce that Cambridge Viscosity (CVI), the global leader in small sample fluid viscosity measurement, has joined the PAC group. In making the announcement, Jeroen Schmits, PAC President, said, "We are pleased to welcome Cambridge Viscosity to the PAC family, where their proven technology and leadership in their field will complement PAC's wide range of analytical resources for our global customers. With over 25 years of experience, Cambridge Viscosity has served the oil and gas, paint, ink and coating, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries with highly accurate and exceptionally reliable in-process and laboratory viscometers. We're excited that their expertise will be available to our customers as part of PAC's comprehensive portfolio of solutions."
With its patented, proprietary electromagnetic-based sensor technology, CVI offers several lines of viscometers that are the gold standard in the viscosity measurement equipment industry. These products will continue to be branded as Cambridge Viscosity under the PAC name. Existing CVI customers will benefit from the full range of comprehensive customer service, support, and solutions available to all PAC customers. In addition, "PAC customers will benefit from a broader and more complete viscosity portfolio that is applicable both in the lab and online, which is key for our customers to automate measurements and keep their process operating optimally," according to Daniel Benitez, PAC VP Product Management & Marketing.
"Cambridge Viscosity will continue to advance our technology, products, and services to meet the needs of our customers while capitalizing on PAC's global reach and technology base," stated Robert Kasameyer, President of CVI. "CVI will be joining a company with passion for growth through product and market development, with a long history of product innovation, and a constant challenge to take the company to the next level," he added.