• Lyza 7000: Redefining Oil Condition Monitoring

Analytical Instrumentation

Lyza 7000: Redefining Oil Condition Monitoring

Feb 16 2024

Anton Paar proudly introduces the Lyza 7000 used oil package, a benchtop FTIR spectrometer engineered to transform in-service lubricant analysis. Built on precision and ASTM compliance, the instrument revolutionizes oil condition monitoring with an unparalleled user experience.

In-service lubricant analysis is crucial for industries reliant on machinery performance. Regular analysis aids in detecting contaminants, wear particles, and degradation products present in lubricants. If these issues are discovered early on, maintenance can be scheduled preemptively, reducing the risk of unexpected downtime and minimizing repair costs. Lyza 7000's innovative capabilities offer an efficient means to conduct these crucial analyses.

The choice of technology for in-service lubricant analysis is critical. FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy) is a highly effective and widely adopted technology for this purpose. Its ability to analyze molecular structures allows for detailed insights into the composition of lubricants. FTIR enables the identification of various contaminants, oxidation by-products, and additive depletion within the lubricating oil. Lyza 7000 harnesses the power of FTIR in a streamlined, all-in-one package, making it an indispensable tool for precise and comprehensive oil condition monitoring.

Setting itself apart from traditional FTIR spectrometers, Lyza 7000 allows the conducting of multiple ASTM-compliant measurements and customized methods with a single touch of a button, simplifying complex spectroscopic analysis in one cohesive workflow.

Designed with a focus on user-friendly operation, Lyza 7000 features an intuitive software interface, utilizing a touch-based application and guided workflows to simplify analytical procedures. This intuitive design ensures precise analyses without unnecessary complexity.

Compact and without the need for any external IT infrastructure, Lyza 7000 optimizes laboratory space utilization while remaining adaptable across diverse operational environments. A key feature of Lyza 7000 is the exceptional quality and robustness of its hermetically enclosed optical components, ensuring high precision and resilience, contributing significantly to the instrument's reliability and longevity.

More information online: ilmt.co/PL/qnb4

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