HFD4 Cleanliness Analysis System Measures and Categorizes Contamination

Originally titled 'Cleanliness Analysis System Measures and Categorizes Contamination'

Jomesa Measurement Systems’ HFD4 (High Focal Depth) Cleanliness Analysis System for reporting to ISO 16232 and VDA19.1 is a fully-automated particle analysis system for measuring, counting and categorizing contamination on filter membranes.

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Jomesa Measurement Systems’ HFD4 (High Focal Depth) leanliness Analysis System is a fully-automated particle analysis system for measuring, counting and categorizing contamination on filter membranes, reporting to ISO 16232 and VDA19.1.

According to the company, the HFD4 uses a method to measure and categorize contamination as metallic, non-metallic, or fibers. It also features auto-focus, zoom sensor and automatic light balancing. It is capable of single or multi-filter scanning by upgrading to a four-filter or six-filter stage. Average cycle time beginning with placing the filter to report generation is approximately four minutes per filter.

The HFD4 combines image analysis with an interface that allows users to customize the analysis process to their specifications. 

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