Model HSLIS-M100e - Chemical Particle Counter
Sensitivity range: 0.1 - 1.0 µm. The High Sensitivity Liquid in Situ (HSLIS-M100e) Chemical Particle Counter provides continuous, real-time particle monitoring of contamination levels in corrosive liquids, including hydrogen fluoride (HF) and is included in Particle Measuring System’ (PMS) complete line of liquid particle counters.
Particle Measuring Systems‘ HSLIS Liquid Particle Counter makes it easy to always understand the characteristics of your working fluid. The combination of high sensitivity and low cost makes it ideal when large numbers of sensors and/or long-term trending are required. Integration of the HSLIS Liquid Particle Counter into FacilityNet Software provides an economical way to monitor multiple flow systems and provide dedicated local display and control capabilities.
Learn about Particle Measuring Systems’ (PMS) full line of particle counters.
- 4 channel chemical particle counter
- 0.1, 0.2, 0.5 and 1.0 μm particle monitoring size range
- Operates with an optimal flow rate of 300 ml/min. +/-10%
- Samples 1% of the flow volume or 3 ml/min
- Compatible with corrosive liquids, including hydrogen fluoride (HF)
- eSeries compatible with Facility Net Software
- Existing network can be used with ethernet communication to Facility Net Software
- Monitor for long-term trends in fluid quality
- Lower overall costs with the control and monitoring of multiple particle counters with Ethernet networks
- Low initial capital investment and lower maintenance cost with proven reliability of the HSLIS design
- Tabular and statistical process control (SPC) charts for detailed statistical information
- Alphanumeric paging and e-mailing functions to alert operator of data excursions
- Sensor status displays four-level alarm for monitoring out-of-spec conditions
- Simplified data interpretation with real-time and retrieved data time plots
- Monitoring chemical delivery systems
- Measuring filter efficiency
- Episodic event tracking and alarming
- Continuous system monitoring