Laser Particle Counters Provide Vital Early Detection

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Thursday, October 31, 2013
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The STAUFF LasPaC II detects the ISO Cleanness levels of hydraulic media. Fluid analysis is a crucial component of any oil management program and early detection of potential problems can prevent costly repairs and downtime.

The STAUFF LasPaC II is available in three different versions, each featuring a twin laser system and eight channels for different particle sizes in order to guarantee high accuracy and repeatability.

LasPaC II-P: Portable Laser Particle Counter
The STAUFF LasPaC II-P (Portable) features a complete QWERTY keyboard, an integrated thermal printer, an internal rechargeable battery and a large LCD display.

LasPaC II-M: Mobile Laser Particle Counter
The LasPaC II-M (Mobile) is a small, light and robust service unit. It features the same reliability as the portable model, but does not include the integrated printer, QWERTY keyboard, or large LCD display. STAUFF calls the LasPaC II-M the best compromise between lower cost and high accuracy/reliability.

LasPaC II-I: Inline Laser Particle Counter
The LasPaC II-I (Inline) unit is designed for hydraulic applications where continuous monitoring is essential. It is installed permanently in a hydraulic system and requires a minimum working pressure of 2 bar / 29 PSI for reliable particle counting.

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