The ANALEXrpd Particle Depositor offers a rapid and simple method of debris separation. A measured volume of sample is applied, by pipette, to a glass substrate located on a rotating magnet assembly. particles of debris are deposited radially as three concentric rings by the combined effects of rotational, magnetic and gravitational forces.
Removal of the lubricant by solvent washing and drying gives a stable well-separated deposit pattern ready for examination by optical or electron microscope. The 'Guide to Wear Particle Recognition', which is supplied with the ANALEXrpd , provides users with an indication of the type of wear taking place by observation of the distinctive features or compositional aspects of the debris being produced. The separated debris can also be measured quantitatively by placing the substrate in an ANALEX PQ Ferrous Debris Monitor.
Alphanumeric LCD - display
Rugged Design portable case
Hydraulic fluids, Oil and greases
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