• Identify & replace worn parts before serious damage occurs

  • Direct PPM ferrous debris readings in an On-Site instrument.

  • Sensitive to Ferrous debris in lubes and other fluids.
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Ferrous Wear Meter

Product Code: FG-K30258-KW

Ferrous Wear Meter

The Ferrous Wear Meter (FWM) detects metal particles in an oil samples taken from lubricated machinery. For customers wishing for a less sophisticated instrument than the fDMplus (above), the FWM offers a simple, easy to use instrument that offers Parker Kittiwakes quality, accuracy and reliability. This unit is ideal for testing and analysing oil samples on-site, on-board or in remote locations where full laboratory analysis is not possible. Features include: 

  • Suitable for testing on-board, on-site or in remote locations.
  • Simple, easy to operate instrument requiring minimal training.
  • Direct reading in PPM on the LCD screen. 

The FWM is constructed using a sophisticated magnetometer adapted for field applications. A 5 ml test tube, filled with the sample, is placed directly in the hole in the instrument and its metallic content, in PPM, is displayed on the screen in less than 2 seconds. 

 


 Specifications

Display Resolution:5 PPM
Sample Detection method:Magnetometary
Measurement Range:0 - 2500 PPM
Operating Temp. Range:15°C - 40°C (60°F - 104°F)
Power:24 V DC - Power supply provided including UK, EU and US power adaptors
Repeatability:+/- 10 PPM (0 - 1000 PPM), +/- 20 PPM (>1001 PPM)
Sample Bottle:Standard 5 ml test tube
Test Time:<3 seconds per sample
Weight:1.1 kg

Ordering Information

Part Number Description
FG-K30258-KWFerrous Wear Meter

Spares & Consumables

Part Number Description
FG-K30362-KWFWM Consumables pack (500 off test tubes, 500 off pippettes)
FG-K30366-KWFWM Power Adapter (UK, EU and US adaptors included)
FG-K30368-KWFWM Recalibration 

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