The Nitrogen Purging System 1000 Pumped (NEPS1000 Pumped) is designed to maximise dry gas purging. A fully self-contained and portable nitrogen purging system that operates by simply connecting the equipment to the purge connection of the device, the NEPS1000 Pumped is also available with a self-contained pump and molecular sieve which allows users to eliminate the need for additional gas supply.
Made to be user-friendly, the NEPS1000 Pumped allows users to programme the system to view display dewpoint measurements and control values in Degree Celsius or Fahrenheit with pressure in Kpa or psi. Features a selection of four in-built testing capabilities, the NEPS1000 Pumped allows verification of sealing standard of the equipment to be purged. Pressure testing can be done in pressures from 10.3 Kpa (1.5 psi) to 34.4 Kpa (5.0 psi). The pressure leak rate display solution is 0.01 psi.
The incorporated dewpoint monitor provides users with the dryness of the gas before the commence of the purging operation. Its dewpointstat feature allows users to determine the amount of moisture contained within the equipment and to implement an optimised gas and purging procedure for production control. Upon removing the dewpoint sensor option, the NEPS1000 Pumped will monitor the progress of the dewpoint dryness, switches off and isolating the dry gas when the selected dewpoint is met.
A data logger can be used to monitor the degradation time of the dewpoint, allowing users to calculate the water vapour transmission rate (WVTR) and to determine the rate of water removal during the initial purging phase. A highly versatile purging system, the NEPS1000 Pumped can operate form global country voltages and frequencies ranging from 100 to 230 VAC at 50-60 Hz. A 24VDC version is also available. The Nitrogen Purging System 1000 Pumped (NEPS1000) is best suited for applications that involve image intensifiers, optical instruments, thermal imaging, underwater equipment, surveillance instruments and electronic housings.
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