The method-ready In-Service Lubricants Analysis System provides everything you need to analyze samples to industry standards, following ASTM and JOAP methodology. Remarkably easy to use, you can be confident in generating consistent quality spectra.
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Complete Solutions for Your Lab
The Spectrum Two™ 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.
This out-of-the box solution enables labs to get up and running faster, regardless of the level of expertise. This comprehensive compilation of materials includes detailed SOP’s, sampling accessories, calibrations, and quick reference guides, all brought together through the Touch App™ interface. This system includes:
FT-IR In-Service Lubricants Application Pack
The FT-IR In-Service Lubricants Application Pack contains all of the resources and components necessary to perform efficient lubricant analysis in the laboratory and out in the field.
The In-Service Lubricants Application Pack contains:
The Touch Apps Software Kit includes the software and SOPs to support the condition monitoring of in-service lubricants and provide a simplified workflow-driven operating environment; for faster, more reproducible analyses.
The Touch Apps software supports the following analyses:
Spectrum Two Instrument
The Spectrum Two spectrometer with KBr optics and a standard, high-performance room temperature LiTaO3 (lithium tantalate) detector delivers a spectral scan range of 8,300 – 350 cm-1 whilst offering 0.5 cm-1 resolution and 9,300:1 peak-peak signal-to-noise ratio for a 5 second scan in a sleek, compact design.
Key features that allow for consistent performance of this system include:
Spectrum 10™ SoftwareIncluded in this system is the Spectrum 10™ software, which enables you to control the instrument and to manipulate the spectra that you collect. The spectrometers can operate in ratio, single-beam, or interferogram mode.
From material and contaminant identification to quantitative analysis, the comprehensive Spectrum 10 software suite allows you to focus on what matters most – results. Designed for busy academic laboratories, this comprehensive FT-IR software package facilitates data collection, processing, results generation, basic and advanced data manipulation, spectral calculations, COMPARE spectral comparison, PLS/PCR/Beer’s Law predictions, Beer’s Law Quant method development, spectral search with starter libraries, and built-in online tutorials. The software enables users without scientific training to generate infrared spectra from a sample and validate them against reference spectra in minutes, or even seconds.
|Operating Range||5 - 45 °C|
|Product Brand Name||Spectrum Two|
|Product Group||Application Pack|
|Wave Length Range||8,300 – 350 cm-1|
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. Early identification of impending lubricant failure can prevent costly damage. Infrared (IR) analysis is a rapid, inexpensive test that can provide specific information about the chemical condition of the oil.
Increasing demands for efficiency, productivity, data quality, and profitability pose ongoing challenges for lubricant testing labs, like yours. Whether you need to achieve quick turnaround times, minimize downtime, or maximize lab efficiencies, you can rely on PerkinElmer for a comprehensive set of simple-to-use and proven testing solutions to help you achieve accurate results in record time. Learn more about our solutions.
Lubricant failure due to oxidation and nitration can be detrimental to machinery’s performance, while contamination by water, fuel or glycol can provide an early warning of mechanical problems before catastrophic damage occurs. Spectrum Two™ from PerkinElmer offers trouble-free analysis of in-service lubricants.