Necessary rigorous controls
With well-proven control units, measuring instruments, and a laboratory we are able to offer purity analyses for our components. From experience, we know that there is a huge need for purity analyses, control and precision in more sectors than just our own.
Purity measurement determines particulate content
High purity requirements for components reduce the risk of breakdowns, reduced efficiency and shortened service life. Our measurement is performed as part of a purity analysis to determine the particulate content of components (surface), oils, washing liquids or systems.
Analyses are often carried out on a test series of between three and five samples. The components are washed in different ways – flushing, shaking or in an ultrasonic cleaner – depending on what is most suitable for collecting particles. The particles are then counted or undergo gravimetric analysis and simplified characterisation of particles using an optical microscope.
Purity analysis – documenting for the future
The results of the purity analysis and measurement are then analysed. In the report, we present the approach, data on the particles content, ISO class, images of the largest particles and other particles of interest. If necessary, our analysts will comment on the purity analysis and recommend improvements.
Margins of error on precision components are minimal with tolerances down to thousandths of a millimetre. This requires complex equipment for reliable purity analyses.