Magnetic Particle Trap for removing ferromagnetic particles when testing in-service oil with SVM™

Magnetic Particle Trap for SVM™ X001

Efficient removal of ferromagnetic particles

The magnetic particle trap is a device for retaining ferromagnetic particles contained in samples such as used oil (in-service oil) before the sample reaches the SVM™ measuring cells. The magnetic particle trap is electrically heated by an external power supply to optimize its filtration efficiency by decreasing the sample’s viscosity. A newly developed latching mechanism further simplifies the cleaning procedure. When ordered together with SVM™, the MPT comes mounted on the instrument, ready for use.

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Key Features

Efficient

  • Automatic heating reduces the sample viscosity and enhances the trap's performance

  • Fill and remove particles in one go

Compact

  • Saves space, no additional lab equipment required

Practical

  • Maintenance-free 

Technical Specifications

Magnetic Particle Trap
Maximum operating pressure5 bar (72 psi) relative
Wetted materials (sample channel)brass
Input power magnetic particle trap15 V DC / 2.4 A
Maximum temperature in normal use80 °C (176 °F)
Thermal malfunction circuit breaker (PTC) at 115 °C (239 °F) for heating circuit


External Power Supply
Input voltage range /current / frequency100 to 240 V AC / 1.0 A / 50 to 60 Hz
Output voltage / current / DC output power15 V DC / 2.4 A / 36 W
Environmental conditions (EN 61010)Indoor use only
Ambient operating temperature0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature-20 °C to 85 °C (-4 °F to 185 °F)
Short circuit protectionPermanent

 

 

 

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