INSTRUMENTATION

AIR QUALITY

Analysis of compressed air quality.

Compressors not only compress atmospheric air, but also their impurities, which may be in high concentration.

At a compression at 10 bar the particle concentration increases 11 times. Compressed air therefore contains undesirable substances, for example water in liquid or gaseous form (vapor), oils in liquid or aerosol form, as well as all types of dust and bacteria.

The compressed air quality is divided into different classes according to the needs of your application. DIN ISO 8573-1 defines compressed air quality classes.

cs instruments

+ Oil residual content measuring station (ISO 8573).
+ Fixed solution for measuring residual oil content.
+ For continuous monitoring of your installation.
+ Analog output 4 … 20 mA.
+ DS 400 built with graphic display and touch screen

+ Oil residual content measuring station (ISO 8573).
+ Portable solution for measuring residual oil content.
+ For monitoring in specific places of your installation.
+ Analog output 4 … 20 mA.
+ DS 400 built with graphic display and touch screen

Fixed Particle Measurement Station

PC 400 ISO Standard 8573

+ Particle measuring station from 0.1 μm (class 1 (ISO 8573)).
+ Fixed solution for measuring particles in compressed air ..
+ For continuous monitoring of your installation.
+ DS 400 built with graphic display and touch screen

+ Particle measuring station from 0.1 μm (class 1 (ISO 8573)).
+ Portable solution for measuring particles in compressed air.
+ For monitoring in specific places of your installation.
+ DS 400 built with graphic display and touch screen