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PAMAS SBSS Syringe Bottle Sampling System The PAMAS SBSS is a particle counting system for batch sampling. The PAMAS SBSS is the standard instrument used as a reference in many testing labs. The instrument may be programmed to measure a sample without the need of an operator, like pre-filling the internal dead volume, degassing the sample with vacuum, pressurising the sample for a number of measurement runs, and relieving pressure at the end. High accuracy and repeatability, fast purging and back flush possibility are the key benefits of the system.

Applications:

The system is used for hydraulic oils, insulation and turbine oils and organic fluids or solvents. With the software PAMAS USP, the system may be also used for pharmaceutical applications with higher viscosities. SBSS SV version SBSS SV version is popular for small volume pharmaceutical applications.

Viscosity:

max. 1600 cSt with optional high pressure pump or with external pressure supply

 

PAMAS PMA

Particle Measuring and Analysis software:

The software programme PAMAS PMA is used to control the particle counters PAMAS SBSS, PAMAS SVSS and the instruments of the PAMAS S40 series. The particle numbers and sizes are classified within the sensor’s size range according to national and international standards.

The measuring report includes all sample parameters and the numerical and graphical presentation of the measuring results. The report is compliant with the cleanliness standards ISO 4406, SAE AS 4059, NAS 1638, GOST 17216 and GJB 420.

The results are automatically stored and may be exported to Microsoft Excel for further evaluation.

PAMAS HCB-LD-50/50
Size range:
1 – 400 µm with calibration according to ISO 21501
1 – 100 µm with calibration according to ISO 4402
4 – 70 µm(c) with calibration according to ISO 11171
Max. particle concentration: 24,000 p/ml at 25 ml/min

PAMAS HCB-LD-25/25
Size range:
1 – 200 µm with calibration according to ISO 21501
1 – 100 µm with calibration according to ISO 4402
4 – 70 µm(c) with calibration according to ISO 11171
Max. particle concentration: 120,000 p/ml at 25 ml/min