MetalSCAN MS4000 Product Overview

Real-time damage detection – anytime, anywhere. MetalSCAN MS4000 oil debris monitoring system detects and analyses metallic particles generated from rotating equipment due to bearing and gear wear. Optimize equipment availability and proactively plan for required maintenance.

Condition monitoring provides the earliest notification of equipment degradation, minimizing damage and extending the life of critical assets.

MetalSCAN technology enables the operator to plan maintenance actions, thus reducing lost revenue and repair costs.

Features

  • 100% detection of ferromagnetic (Fe) and non-ferromagnetic (NFe) metal particles
  • Easy to install
  • Easy to interpret
  • Rugged, solid-state with no moving parts
  • Full function continuous Built-in-Test (BIT)
  • Proven reliability in harsh machinery environments
  • Proven reliability in high temperature environments
  • Proven reliability in hazardous environments

Featured Posts

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What Gastops Can Provide to the Wind Industry

The future is about combining machine intelligence and human capability to provide a full suite of real-time prognostics with tools and support for condition-based maintenance.

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Gastops: Maximize Asset Life

The future is about combining machine intelligence and human capability to provide a full suite of real-time prognostics with tools and support for condition-based maintenance.

Press Release

Gastops to Support USCG Ice Breaker Service Life Extension with Propulsion System Digital Twin Design

Gastops is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to provide a Propulsion System Dynamic Response Analysis (PSDRA) for the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter POLAR STAR. This contract has been made possible through a partnership with the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC).

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Gastops Receives IDEaS Funding for New Predictive Maintenance Technology

Gastops is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Canada’s Department of National Defence to contribute to the “All Systems Go!” Challenge, an initiative of the Government of Canada’s Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security (IDEaS) program.

Case Study

GE LM2500 Power Turbine Bearing Failure

Chip detectors and vibration sensors fail to detect an expanding bearing failure resulting in severe turbine damage and loss of service.

Application Guide

MetalSCAN for Vestas Wind Turbines Application Guide

Reduce operating costs of wind energy production with critical component intelligence. MetalSCAN technology empowers wind turbine operators to effectively manage gearbox health issues using oil debris monitoring.

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Major North American Airline Cuts Delays & Costs with ChipCHECK

To a large commercial operator, every minute that the fleet is delayed means significant costs. Traditionally, finding wear debris “chips” during aircraft inspection resulted in extra monitoring and thousands of dollars of costs. ChipCHECK changed all that.

Press Release

Gastops Celebrates 3,500th Engine Sensor Delivery for the F-35 Lightning II

Gastops, a company located in Ottawa, Canada that specializes in equipment intelligence technology, provides up to 4 engine sensors on the F-35A, B and C variants and is proud to announce that it has recently delivered its 3,500th engine sensor to the F-35 program.

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