Degree Engler is used in Great Britain as a scale to measure kinematic viscosity. Unlike the Saybolt and Redwood scales, the Engler scale is based on comparing a flow of the substance being tested to the flow of another substance - water. Viscosity in Engler degrees is the ratio of the time of a flow of 200 cubic centimeters of the fluid whose viscosity is being measured - to the time of flow of 200 cubic centimeters of water at the same temperature(usually 20 degree Celsius but sometimes 50 degree Celsius or 100 degree Celsius) in a standardized Engler viscosity meter.