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  • Fiber Inspection and Cleaning

    Fluke Networks

    Dust - just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not there. A 1-micrometer dust particle on a single-mode core can block up to 1% of the light (a 0.05dB loss). The only way to know it's clean is to inspect it before you connect it. And if it's dirty, it needs to be cleaned with the right tools or you might just make it worse. Know it's clean with our cleaning and inspection tools.

  • Gravimetric Dust Measuring Devices

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Easy setup, accurate measurement, rapid resultsGravimetric dust measurement devices extract a partial gas flow from the duct under predefined conditions and use a filter to separate out the dust particles. The amount of dust is ascertained by weighing the filter. The differential pressure is measured to determine the extracted volume. These two values are then used to calculate the concentration of dust in the duct with a high level of accuracy. Gravimetric dust measurement is ideal for calibrating other dust measuring devices and for taking the kinds of comparative measurements that are required by the relevant authorities.

  • Oil Analyzes

    SES2i

    Oil analyzes are very important in determining the aging condition of oil insulation and analyzing its degree of contamination. A contaminated oil is indicative of the damage to a transformer and the influence on its life.The oil analysis tests are divided into two groups: Physicochemical Dissolved gas Furanic derivatives Acidity index Water content PCB content Metal content Particle contentdielectrics Dielectric Rigidity Power factor

  • Electron Multipliers

    Hamamatsu Photonics K.K.

    Electron multipliers are mainly used as positive/negative ion detectors. They are also useful for detecting and measuring vacuum UV rays and soft X-rays. Hamamatsu electron multipliers have a high gain (multiplication factor) yet low dark current, allowingoperation in photon counting mode to detect and measure extremely small incoming particles and their energy. This means our Hamamatsu electron multipliers are ideal for electron spectroscopy and vacuum UV spectroscopy such as ESCA (electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis) and Auger electron spectroscopy as well as mass spectroscopy and field-ion microscopy.

  • Humidifier Vibrators

    Fuji Ceramics Corporation

    Ultrasonic energy generated from the piezoelectric elements will be larger. The center of the sound pressure is focused with certain directivity. The Power of the focused sound pressure, it lifts up the water surface, and arises the water column. Water film of water column tip is tearing, and then splashing the misty of fine particles to the air. This action is the atomization principle by ultrasonic. In the high-frequency and high-power, and it provides a dedicated vibrators having excellent durability.

  • Ingress Protection – Dripping Water Tests (IPX1 and IPX2)

    Keystone Compliance

    Ingress protection testing tests the level of protection an enclosure provides against intrusions. One such set of ingress protection tests is called the dripping water test. These tests are numbered IPX1 or IPX2. The first digit, represented by the “X”, ranges from 0 to 6 and specifies the protection from solid particles. The second digit, in the case of the dripping water ingress protection test, would always be either a 1 or a 2.

  • Ingress Protection: High-Temperature and High-Pressure Water Jets Tests (IPX9)

    Keystone Compliance

    Ingress protection testing tests the level of protection an enclosure provides against intrusions. One such set of ingress protection tests involves exposing the equipment under test (EUT), to high-pressure and high-temperature water jets. These tests are numbered IPX9. The first digit, represented by the “X”, ranges from 0 to 6 and specifies the protection from solid particles. The second digit, in the case of the high-pressure and high temperature water jets ingress protection test, would always be a 9.

  • Ingress Protection: Immersion Water Tests (IPX7 and IPX8)

    Keystone Compliance

    Ingress protection testing tests the level of protection an enclosure provides against intrusions. One such set of ingress protection tests involves immersing the equipment under test (EUT), in water. These tests are numbered IPX7 and IPX8. The first digit, represented by the “X”, ranges from 0 to 6 and specifies the protection from solid particles. The second digit, in the case of the immersion ingress protection test, would always be a 7 or an 8.

  • Ingress Protection: Spraying Water and Splashing Water (IPX3 & IPX4)

    Keystone Compliance

    Ingress protection testing tests the level of protection an enclosure provides against intrusions. Two such sets of ingress protection tests involve exposing the equipment under test (EUT), to spraying water and splashing water. These tests are numbered IPX3 and IPX4. The first digit, represented by the “X”, ranges from 0 to 6 and specifies the protection from solid particles. The second digit, in the case of spraying water, would always be a 3, and in the case of splashing water, would always be a 4.

  • Ingress Protection: Water Jets and Powerful Water Jets Tests (IPX5 & IPX6)

    Keystone Compliance

    Ingress protection testing tests the level of protection an enclosure provides against intrusions. Two such sets of ingress protection tests involve exposing the equipment under test (EUT), to water jets and powerful water jets. These tests are numbered IPX5 and IPX6. The first digit, represented by the “X”, ranges from 0 to 6 and specifies the protection from solid particles. The second digit, in the case of water jets, would always be a 5, and in the case of powerful water jets, would always be a 6.

  • Image Analyzers

    Morphologi Range - Malvern Panalytical Ltd

    Morphological imaging is fast becoming an essential technology in the laboratory toolkit for particle characterization.  The Morphologi 4 is a fully automated static image analysis system which provides a complete detailed description of the morphological properties of particulate materials.  The Morphologi 4-ID combines the same automated static image analysis with Raman spectroscopy in a single, integrated platform, providing component-specific morphological descriptions of chemical species within a blend.

  • Aerosol Neutralizer

    3077A - TSI Inc.

    Aerosol Neutralizer 3077A has five times the activity of the Model 3077. The 3077A is offered for general-purpose applications involving highly charged aerosols and low flow rates. It is supplied with our Model 3034 Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer™ (SMPS) spectrometer.Features and Benefits Radioactivity of 370 MBq Maximum flow rate of 5 L/min Kr-85 source

  • Alpha Beta Radiation Counter

    IPC-650-HP - North American Technical Services

    The IPC-650-HP ultra-low background windowless automatic is a newly redesigned instrument based upon the IPC-650, which was the foundation product of Protean. The ICP-650-HP incorporates a built-in color touch screen Interface and is targeted toward health physics applications. This hemispherical, windowless, gas-flow proportional counter design offers the best efficiencies available for low-energy beta and alpha particles.

  • Alpha Beta Radiation Counter

    IPC-650 - North American Technical Services

    The IPC-650 ultra-low background windowless automatic is a newly redesigned instrument based upon the IPC-650, which was the foundation product of Protean. The IPC-650 is intended to address only the radiochemistry market and does not have a built-in interface, thus is only operated from a PC running the Vista 2000 radiochemistry software. This hemispherical windowless gas-flow proportional counter design offers the best efficiencies available for low-energy beta and alpha particles.

  • Alpha Spectroscopy

    ORTEC

    Alpha spectroscopy is used to identify and quantify radionuclides based on the alpha particles emitted in the decay process. Similar to Gamma Spectroscopy, energy spectra are generated with high precision detectors and electronics and analyzed with special software. Typically, samples are measured following chemical separation to isolate the radionuclides of concern due to the complexity associated with correcting for these interferences with spectrum analysis software as is common for many Gamma Spectroscopy measurements.