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Oil monitor according to ISO 8573-5: 2010 Inline measurement of residual oil content in compressed air
Oil monitor according to ISO 8573-5: 2010
Inline measurement of residual oil content in compressed air According to ISO 8573-5: 2010 all hydrocarbons with 6 or more carbon atoms per molecule in compressed air need to be measured. The RCS Oil monitor is capable of measuring the residual oil with a minimum detection limit of 0,001mg/Nm3. The RCS Oil monitor is easy to install and optionally it is possible to expand the measurement range to CO2, CO, O2 and other possibilities up to ISO 8573-1. Because residual oil is an important measurement for the end quality of your produced product it is therefore the ideal monitor to install and monitor your compressed air quality. The complete set is delivered including a sample take-off point, a measurement system and a monitor system, providing you with a 4..20mA output or a RS485 digital link. The system only needs 230VAC, 50HZ power supply to start your measurement.
16-12-2013  |  4891x  |  Product news  | 
A useful expansion of PENKO
A useful expansion of PENKO"s weighing instrumentation.
Longterm availability of weighing information. Measure twice cut once is a famous proverb describing the value of correct measurement. On its own, measuring is just a start; the values must be available and remain available. The first requirement is achieved by the display on the instrument. For the second requirement, PENKO has now enhanced its instruments with an internal memory which should store the weight information of the past 7 years for any typical production usage. When fully loaded a FIFO (first in, first out) procedure applies in batches of approximately 6% of the contents. The individual weighing information contains at a minimum the time, date, weight and identification. Depending on the application, additional information, up to an entire e-mark protocol, is available as an option. The importance is that the memory resides inside the instrument and its contents can be recalled, printed or transmitted to a supervisory system. This feature is important for applications such as continuous (beltweighers)
16-12-2013  |  6249x  |  Product news  | 
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