Monitoring Wear Debris In Hazardous Environments Kittiwake’s ATEX Metallic Wear Debris Sensor facilitates real-time wear debris monitoring for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals in hazardous areas. Capable of being mounted within any lubrication system, on any type of asset, it uses a combination of inductive-coil technology and algorithms to provide a particle- size distribution count. […]
We love to learn about LMT readers, including what they do in the field of lubrication (and what they like about their jobs)! Here’s what our May/June Lube Star told us: Jim Harris Title: General Manager, CCECO Lab & Filtration, a manufacturer of fine-micron oil-filtration equipment with oil-analysis and lab services, headquartered in Kent, WA. Background: Jim began working […]
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