Beckman.com is conducting maintenance Saturday, September 19th and Sunday, September 20th. Parts of the site may have limited accessibility throughout the weekend. During this time, orders can still be placed by calling Client Services. We look forward to providing an improved customer experience. Beckman.com will return Monday, September 21st.
Particle count measurements are typically performed on 10 mL of oil with results averaged to 1 mL. Prior to counting, particles in the sample must be homogenized which is done by shaking, sonication, de-gassing, etc. Consistency is key when preparing samples. When a sample is ready, it is loaded into a syringe and the sample passes through a laser sensor at a controlled flow rate to ‘count’ the number of particles at various size ranges during the test period.
Oops. The page you wanted could not be found, so we brought you to something similar. If you still can't find what you want, try searching our site instead.