So... It's time for your company to
trudge through its next batch of water
glycol particle testing...
Only now, there is another option.
Difficult decision? Let's see:
|PLAN A:||PLAN B:|
|The New PAMAS S40 Water Glycol Liquid Particle Counter||The Old Manual Microscope Technique|
Let's compare the two...
|PLAN A||PLAN B|
These instruments are built to last.
Ask us for a quotation, then calculate your capital cost against Plan B. Don't forget, finance options are available.
Years of time consuming labour resource cost your company money.
Speed and accuracy of productivity affect your bottom line and may be what separates your company from the competition.
|EASE OF USE||
Portable. Can be used on the flushing rig or in a lab, actually almost anywhere.
Easy to configure.
Easy to use.
Minimal training is required to achieve repeatable results.
Fast - typically around 2 minutes per sample.
Slow: Each sample takes anywhere between 5 and 30 minutes dependent on whether you do a comparator test or a full patch scan.
Requires prolonged concentration.
An involved training process.
The PAMAS S40 WG is designed according to the requirements of the offshore oil industry, to test all the major brands of water glycol products, so...
Tests to all the relevant and required standards, including SAE AS 4059D, ISO 4406:1999, ISO 4406:1987, NAS 1638, GJB 420A and GOST 17216.
Accuracy? Depends on which standards you work to... but so many factors can lead to problems.
Reliable? Subjective analysis of slides... better hope the inspector agrees with your tester? Especially risky to your project timescales and costs if they don't.
Repeatable? Of course, but people get tired much more quickly than machines. Being able to guarantee accuracy with the slide method means you have to take more time, flush the sample for longer if the comparison is a bit close etc.
Hmm... Is this really such a diffcult decision after all?
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PAMAS GmbH, located near Stuttgart (Germany), is a worldwide company focused on high-quality particle measuring systems. Founded in 1992, PAMAS is perfectly positioned to deliver liquid particle counting solutions across a wide range of applications.
PAMAS's pool of experience and its ethos of quality in supporting its customers makes it an ideal partner for OptiCal Sciences. As they say, "every user of PAMAS equipment gets individual support for his special application." It is their endeavour to learn from their customers' needs that allows them to manufacture such high quality instruments.