The Gill Oil Debris Sensor attracts ferrous particles to the exposed sensor face and is able to determine the amount and type of electrically-conductive contaminant particle build-up to a high degree of accuracy.
The fine output channel displays the build-up of typical-use wear debris, a reliable indicator of oil cleanliness. The coarse channel is used for the detection of larger debris within the oil system, indicating possible bearing or gear damage.
The Oil Debris Sensor is particularly suited to aviation (gas turbine engines; helicopter gearboxes), automotive, renewable energy (wind turbine gear systems) and industrial applications. The sensor is suitable for high temperature operation and works independently of oil flow rate, temperature, viscosity, oil colour or air and water content.