Particle Count Measurement

Air Quality Testing is performed to certify or validate the purity class of process gases with reference to ISO 8573-1:2010 or Customer’s requirement which summarises into the following three categories:

  1. Particle – impurities as small as 0.1 microns
  2. Water – moisture in the form of pressure dewpoint
  3. Oil – in the form liquid, aerosol and vapor

Particles, water, and oil in are seen as impurities that will contaminate downstream systems which leads to rejection of end-products and also the early failure of high-end machineries.

Conducting periodic Air Quality Testing will allow early detection of potential problems and at the same time provide peace of mind while maintaining a high-quality production.

  • Process Air System within customer specifications.
  • Compressed Air System (ISO 8573-1:2020):

Compressed Air Testing is performed for establishing the purify class / validation of process air system using the International Standard ISO 8573-1:2020 which summarises into different classes of Dew Point Measurement, Particle Count Measurement and Oil Mist.

Particle Measuring Systems

Particles varies in sizes present in a Compressed Air System are contaminants that required a long duration and a large amount of purging gas.

A pipeline with high contaminants will contaminate the production floor, hence causing poor quality of products produced. Reduction in particle count leads to a more comfortable environment.

We offer particle count measurement systems for quality particle counting, particle sizing analysis and particle characterization.