On-Line Ferrous Wear Debris Sensor

 Piston Version     

The Ferrous Wear Debris and Particle Sensor is not just a normal detector with magnetic plugs, but also gives contamination analysis, and provides all the information to take quikly action, and help avoid all types of failure, not just dangerous failure. 

It is possible to install the sensor in all kinds of lubrication systems in machinery. And it measures ferrous density and gives analysis data in Parts Per Million(PPM) by using a combination of magnetometry and smart algorithms.

Typical Applications :

  •          Heavy Plant
  •          Final Drives
  •          Scrapedown Oil

Features

  •  Hard cast iron housing provides strength and magnetic shielding
  •  Air Blast or Piston versions .
  •  Easy installation with 1/8” BSP connections
  •  Convenient for industrial usage  (IP65)
  •  LED display
  •  Large range of options.

 

Specifications

Ambient temperature:  -20°C to 65°C (-4°F to 149°F)

Analogue Output:  Opto isolated 4 - 20mA

Communications: CAN, RS232, RS485

Connections: Oil 1/8” (Inlet BSP female, outlet BSP female)

Detection: Total Ferrous Wear Debris

Fluid Compatibility: Petroleum, synthetic oils and water/oil.

Fluid Temperature: -20°C to 65°C (-4°F to 149°F)

Max. Fluid Pressure10 Bar (145 psi)

Options: Stand alone unit, Unit with automatic air blast zeroing, Unit with automatic piston zeroing, Display/Alarm box.

Power Supply: 18 - 30 VDC

Product Code: FG-K16120-KW

Protection: IP65

Range:  0 - 2000 ppm

Weight: 2.2 kg (4.85 lb)

 

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Part Number                  Description

FG-K16344-KW           Total Ferrous Wear Debris Sensor - Piston Version

FG-K16354-KW           Total Ferrous Wear Debris Sensor Evaluation Kit - Piston Type (with display)

FG-K16791-KW           Total Ferrous Wear Debris Sensor IP65 Display/Junction Box

 

Contact our expert

Martin Søvind Jensen

+45 2761 4502