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OilExpress 4 DUO

OilExpress 4™ system delivers highly automated, rapid, reliable oil condition monitoring results using recognized industry standard protocols such as ASTM®, JOAP and Caterpillar® S•O•S℠.

Part Number L1610042L161001B1D
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We offer a range of solutions for fast and accurate IR analysis of in-service lubricants based on the acclaimed Spectrum Two™ FT-IR system. From a single batch analysis to fully automated batch runs with up to 192 samples (17 mm tubes) there is a system to suit all throughput requirements.

This unit includes OilPrep 4 and two Spectrum Two units.

Specifications

Height 21.0 cm
Model Name OilExpress 4 DUO
Portable No
Product Brand Name OilExpress
Warranty 1 year
Weight 13.0 kg
Width 45.0 cm
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OilExpress 4 Oil Condition Monitoring System

High-throughput oil analysis has never been easier, more reliable or more cost effective. Our OilExpress™ 4 system delivers highly automated, rapid, reliable oil condition monitoring results using recognized industry standard protocols such as ASTM®, JOAP and Caterpillar® S·O·SSM. The smart design maximizes,laboratory productivity while dramatically reducing solvent use and waste generation – a single analysis now requires just 3 mL of cleaning solvent and 750 µl of sample. With a full suite of instrumentation, consumables, training, and service, our combined oil monitoring package is designed to support every key aspect of your oil analysis program.

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Specification Sheet

Obtaining Optimum Reproducibility for FT-IR Measurements in ZnSe Liquid Transmission Cells

Zinc selenide is a very useful material for infrared; sampling optics; since it is transparent over most; of the mid-infrared range; fairly hard and durable; and resistant to water and most chemicals.; Consequently it is widely used for attenuated; total reflectance (ATR) and liquid transmission; cells. Its relatively high refractive index of 2.4 is; useful for ATR; but for transmission measurements can lead to several artifacts; the character and severity of which can vary between cells. This note describes these artifacts and the steps that can be taken to effectively eliminate them; ensuring equivalent results across systems and cells.

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OilExpress 4 Oil Condition Monitoring Systems Specifications

PerkinElmer offers a range of solutions for fast and accurate IR analysis of in-service lubricants based on the acclaimed Spectrum Two™ FT-IR system. From single sample analysis to fully automated batch runs with up to 384 samples there is a system to suit all throughput requirements.

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OilExpress: In-Service Lubricants FT-IR Control Oil

FT-IR analysis has become an increasingly important tool for in-service lubricants analysis, and is now widely deployed in a range of environments from high-throughput labs using the OilExpress autosampling system through to smaller field labs and on-site installations using the Spectrum Two™ In-Service Lubricants FT-IR Analysis System based on the revolutionary Spectrum Two instrument.

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Spectrum Two In-Service Lubricants Analysis System

Spectrum Two™ from PerkinElmer offers trouble-free analysis of in-service lubricants. Intuitive design features and dedicated in-service lubricants analysis protocols enable even inexperienced IR users to generate clear, high quality results.

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Technical Note

Raising the bar in FT-IR: Getting the most out of On-site Oil Condition Monitoring

Lubrication is a vital component of machinery and, as with any component, early detection of wear is essential for timely replacement, avoiding unnecessary maintenance while reducing the risk of catastrophic breakdowns. Oil inevitably degrades with use and is exposed to various sources of contamination, both,internal and external, which can lead to its degradation and reduced effectiveness in protecting machine components. Early identification of impending lubricant failure can prevent costly damage.

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