(Chelmsford, MA – July 18, 2017) Spectro Scientific, one of the world’s largest suppliers of oil, fuel, and processed-water analysis instrumentation and software, recently has been awarded three U.S. patents covering a spectrum of analysis technologies ranging from portable instruments and software to online sensors.
(Chelmsford, MA – June 28, 2017) The FerroCheck 2000 Series of portable magnetometers from Spectro Scientific quickly and conveniently measures total ferrous wear particulates in lubricating fluids. The FerroCheck 2000 unit, which measures ferrous wear particles in oils, is now joined by the FerroCheck 2100 version that adds the capability to quantify up to 15% ferrous debris in grease.
(Chelmsford, MA – June 6, 2017) Spectro Scientific is pleased to announce a joint first place finish with Airbus Helicopters in a vote ranking contestants at the 2017 HeliOffshore Conference and Annual General Meeting in Budapest, Hungary on May 14, 2017.
(Chelmsford, MA – May 16, 2017) A new ASTM Standard Test Method supports the simple, convenient, and accurate viscosity measurement method employed in portable MiniVisc 3000 Series viscometers from Spectro Scientific.
(Chelmsford, MA – April 19, 2017) Spectro Scientific, one of the world’s largest suppliers of oil, fuel, and processed water analysis instrumentation and software, has been awarded U.S. patent 9,274,041, “Particle counter and classification system”, to extend the LaserNet Fines® particle analysis technology with new capabilities to size and count ferrous particles and measure total ferrous content by weight.
(Chelmsford, MA – March 28, 2017) Spectro Scientific has been awarded U.S. patent 9,448,112 B2 for a method to measure two key vehicle fluids. The patent for “Multifunctional fluid meter and method for measuring coolant, bio-diesel, gas-ethanol and DEF” has also been granted in Australia.
Spectro Scientific, one of the world’s largest suppliers of oil, fuel, and processed water analysis instrumentation and software, has been awarded a U.S. patent for a company-developed method to measure water contamination in turbine and other industrial oils.
Spectro Scientific, one of the world’s largest suppliers of oil, fuel, and processed water analysis instrumentation and software, has introduced Version 5 of its FluidScan® portable infrared oil analyzer technology. FluidScan oil chemistry analysis enables users to determine when oil is no longer fit for use due to liquid contamination or other degradation.
On November 30, 2016, Spectro Scientific – one of the world’s largest suppliers of oil, fuel, and processed water analysis instrumentation and software –noted five years of the company’s growth in the Chinese market with a celebratory event in Beijing. More than 100 industrial customers, government representatives, and members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences attended the gathering.
The FerroCheck portable magnetometer provides accuracy and convenience in measurement of total ferrous wear particulates in lubricating fluids. FerroCheck enables users to perform accurate measurements of ferrous wear particles, both in the field, and in the lab where it can be used to analyze gearbox, transmission and other fluids in fleet and industrial maintenance applications.
Engineered to expedite machine condition monitoring and quality control evaluations, SpectrOil 100 Series elemental spectrometers provide quick, laboratory-precise measurement of elemental concentrations in a variety of fluid types. The ease of operation makes them ideal for use in laboratories, on-site inspection and maintenance environments, where rapid test results create value.
Spectro Scientific introduces the MiniLab 153 oil analysis system, enabling reliability and maintenance professionals to quickly and accurately perform comprehensive on-site lubricant analysis. The MiniLab153 system is easy to operate and allows plant personnel with minimal training to perform consistently accurate analyses. A complete lab-quality measurement can be obtained on-site in less than 20 minutes.
Spectro Scientific today announced the launch of the new MicroLab® Series all-in-one, automated lubricant analysis systems. The MicroLab platform is used in virtually every industry that operates equipment powered by engines including automotive and trucking, energy, mining and heavy equipment, agricultural and the government sector at all levels from the military to local municipalities.
The new standard D8004 from ASTM International, “Test Method for Fuel Dilution of In-Service Lubricants Using Surface Acoustic Wave Sensing,” certifies an innovative fluid analysis technique offered by Spectro Scientific, a leading developer and manufacturer of analytical tools and software for fluid and machine condition monitoring.