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4212 CONDITION MONITORING SENSOR Condition Sensors

 

Introduction

Unplanned machinery breakdowns and downtime is an expense all plant and maintenance engineers are working hard to avoid. The Gill Oil Condition Monitoring Sensor has been designed to assist engineers in providing the earliest possible warning of potential component or machinery failure, allowing time for preventative maintenance before failure occurs. 

By measuring both ferrous wear and failure particles in lubricating oil - continuously and in real-time - combined with water in oil monitoring, gives a direct indication of machinery health and the most common causes of failure.

By including an additional output channel for either oil presence (loss of oil) or oil temperature provides a comprehensive picture of machinery and lubrication condition at all times. 

Easy and quick to install in one compact sensing head, with simple to understand outputs requiring no special training, the Gill Condition monitoring sensor provides a quick return-on-investment, enhancing machinery availability and reducing downtime.  

  • 4 types of measurement parameters
  • Helps reduce unplanned downtime 
  • Removes ferrous debris from oil flow  
  • Simple and quick to install
  • Monitoring continuously in real-time 
  • Quick return-on-investment         

Technical

  • V supply:
  • 5V to 32V DC
  • O/P channels:
  • 0-10V, 4-20mA, CAN
  • Operation:
  • -40°C to +150°C
  • Mounting:
  • M20 x 1.5 thread (with bonded seal)

Custom Condition Sensors

Gill has vast experience developing custom condition sensors for various applications. If you have a requirement for a custom condition sensor please complete the enquiry form.

Custom Condition Sensors

Applications - Read our case studies

  • Magnetic Oil Debris SensingMAGNETIC OIL DEBRIS SENSING
  • Speed Reducer Gearbox - Oil Debris SensorSPEED REDUCER GEARBOX - OIL DEBRIS SENSOR
  • Mechanical Breakdown: Avoiding the pitfallsMECHANICAL BREAKDOWN: AVOIDING THE PITFALLS