LNF Q200 Series

Particle Counter, Wear Particle Classifier, Ferrous Monitor

Description

Application: Machine Condition Based Monitoring

The Spectro LNF Q200 series features LaserNet Fines®, the world’s best oil particle counter technology.  With an intuitive, configurable GUI and no calibration required, the Q200 series is fast, accurate and easy to use.

Features & Benefits

  • ASTM D7596 – Standard Test Method for Automatic Particle Counting and Particle Shape Classification of Oils Using a Direct Imaging Integrated Tester
  • Particle Count for all particles >4 μm to 100 μm
  • Highest saturation limit, up to 5,000,000 particles/ml with a coincidence error <2%
  • Viscosity range ISO15 to ISO320, undiluted
  • Images through dark fluids containing up to 2% soot with automatic laser gain control
  • Error corrections for water and air bubbles
  • Particle counts and codes per ISO 4406, NAS 1638, NAVAIR 01-1A-17, SAE AS 4059, GOST, STM D6786, HAL, and User defined bins
  • Export formats include SpectroTrack and AMS Machinery Health Manager

Options include

  • Ferrous Monitor to measure ferrous content
  • Ferrous wear measurement is a critical requirement for monitoring machine condition. The high sensitivity magnetometer measures and reports ferrous content in ppm/ml, and provides ferrous particle count and size distribution for large ferrous particles
  • The in-line design of the magnetometer with the LNF flow cell enables measurement of both ferrous content and total particle count on the same sample, eliminating the need to measure Ferrous content on another instrument

Classification of wear particle shape

The Q200 directly images wear particle silhouettes, and counts and classifies wear particles over 20 microns as cutting wear, sliding wear, fatigue wear, nonmetallic or fibers. This allows operators to determine the type of wear debris, wear mode and potential source from internal machinery components.

 

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More information: http://www.spectrosci.com/product/lnf-q200/

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