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Parker HFDE introduces the Fluid Property Sensor

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Parker HFDE introduces the Fluid Property Sensor

Dear Colleague,

Parker HFDE is pleased to announce the introduction of the fluid property sensor. The Fluid Property Sensor has been designed especially for mobile applications calling for cost effective but quality verification of the hydraulic fluid condition.

High cost of ownership is caused by the  aging of hydraulic fluids, which accelerates the wear of system components. Modern systems are designed to operate at a high level of efficiency and reduced consumption. As a consequence, more frequent fluctuations of pressure, flow, load and temperature are present in the system which typically shortens the life time of hydraulic fluids. Catalytic processes can be accelerated with the presence of low concentrations of moisture and wear elements like Fe and Cu  in the oil. Varnish can be created in the system due to this aging process, shortening the life time of system components and reducing the system efficiency.

Measuring the fluid viscosity is important

Lower cost of ownership can be realized when hydraulic fluids are replaced in time, based on the principle of continuous measurement of the condition.
The FPS is a novel fluid property sensor that directly and simultaneously measure the viscosity, density, dielectric constant and temperature of fluids.

The quality of hydraulic fluids is determined by monitoring the direct and dynamic relationship between multiple fluid properties.

The FPS provides in-line monitoring of fluids for a wide range of first fit OEM applications and upgrade of  installations.

A universal CAN J1939 protocol provides an easy to connect interface to the main system controller.

A major advantage is that the Parker FPS does not use a “fingerprint” principle.

Sensors using a “fingerprint” principle require up-front calibration in the fluid type subject to future analysis. This calibration can take up to 200 hours, during which time the aging of the oil can start and hence the  calibrated reference is not accurate. When a different oil is applied, sensors using the “fingerprint” principle require new calibration. Parker’s PFS sensor directly measures  the important fluid properties without the need for calibration in-advance.

This introduction package is available on the Parker EMEA Share Point:
·        Product Brochure
·        Sales Presentation
·        Marketing Kit
·        Launch presentation
·        Value Calculator (costs associated with unexpected system failure)
·        Press Release
·        List price

The FPS can be used connect to the system control unit or it can be supplied with a stand-alone data display (based on the Parker IQAN).

We thank you in-advance for promoting the Parker PFS

Best regards,

HFDE Marketing Communications

Best regards,

Marco van Boven
Marketing Manager Hydraulic Filtration
Mobile Market Development  Manager Germany
Hydraulic Filter Division Europe