testo 338 - Bomba de opacidade electrónica para motores industriais

Encomenda nº  0632 3381

  • Robusto e prático, totalmente portátil, a ponto de medição

  • Determinação da concentração de fuligem (mg/m3) e opacidade em FSN ou número Bosch

  • Use com uma mão

  • Análise e visualização dos valores em tempo real, em impressão na ponto de medição com a impressora opcional testo

testo 338, sem Bluetooth (com sonda de amostragem de gás, caso TopSafe, fonte de alimentação, filtro de papel de reposição e estojo de transporte incluído)

3.960,00 €
excl. VAT

Descrição do produto

Graças à transmissão de dados sem fios via IrDA ou Bluetooth®, os resultados da medição são armazenados e podem ser imediatamente transferidos para outros instrumentos ou impressos. O design prático e o manuseamento simples fazem do testo 338 um instrumento de medição útil que pode ser usado apenas com uma mão e que facilita a realização cómoda e rápida de medições na produção, comissionamento e manutenção de motores a diesel industriais.

 

Soot Concentration

Faixa de medição

0 a 70 mg/m³

Resolução

0,01 mg/m³

Wiederholung

< 1,5 mg/m³ (0 a 5 mg/m³)

< 1,25 mg/m³ +5 % do vm (5 a 70 mg/m³)

FSN Bosch Number

Faixa de medição

0 a 2,5 *

Resolução

0,01 *

Wiederholung

< 0,08 FSN *

*at reference conditions 1000 mbar, +25 °C

Dados técnicos gerais

Classe de proteção

IP40 com TopSafe

Interface

IRDA / opcional Bluetooth

Memória

200 valores medidos

Tipo de bateria armazenada

Lithium ion

Durabilidade

approx. 4 h cont. operation

Application temperature

Individual measurements up to +500 °C

Max. press. pos./gás de combustão

300 mbar*

Test sample volume

0.4 litres (range: 0 to 0.3 FSN); 0.2 litres (range: 0.2 to 2 FSN)

Meeasurement period

˂ 60 s per measurement cycle

Flow-through measurement

Differential pressure sensor

Optical sensor

Opacity of the filter load in %

*at higher pressures, a higher measurement inaccuracy occurs

Diesel engine manufacturing

Manufacturers of diesel engines often need to meet the customer's requirement of proof of the degree of blackening of the engine. This value is sometimes even documented in the purchase contract. For the purposes of diesel engine acceptance, you can record the degree of blackening with the smoke tester testo 338, and provide your customer with corresponding proof. If your customer wishes for a printout of the measurement data, this too can be provided directly at the measurement site with the optionally available Testo fast printer.

Lifting vehicles

Diesel forklift trucks and earth-moving equipment must be regularly tested and serviced, sometimes even according to legislation or cooperative regulations, e.g. TRGS 554 in Germany – especially if they are working in closed rooms. A smoke tester is ideal for testing the Bosch number on diesel engines in forklift trucks and earth-moving equipment.

Mining and prospecting

In mining, there are stipulations set by law or by professional cooperatives (e.g. the BGR 160 in Germany), which prescribe certain limit values for degree of blackening and the intervals for testing diesel engines. Limited fresh air supply means that the adherence to prescribed emission values in mines is crucial. Otherwise this can lead to health risks for the workers. For this reason, regular smoke count measurements are either compulsory or at least strongly recommended.

Shipping companies and dockyards

On ships, as little visible smoke should be produced as possible, and the soot content kept to a minimum. A high soot content on deck can lead to the danger of soot deposits on the passengers. In order to test whether the smoke count of marine diesel engines does not exceed the prescribed limit values, shipping companies (and port authorities) can use a smoke tester. Use of the instrument provides clarity regarding the smoke values.

In shipbuilding, the smoke count also plays an important part. After individual components have been assembled (engine, diesel particle filter, exhaust pipe), the soot emissions should be tested. In addition to this, for environmental reasons the customers often make demands regarding the emission values, and require proof of the soot emission in the diesel exhaust. The correct functioning of the diesel particle filter can also be testing using a degree of blackening measurement.

Tests before the commissioning and servicing of diesel engines

The degree of blackening of diesel engines should be measured before commissioning and after servicing. With this measurement, you can for example test whether the fuel injection is correctly adjusted, and identify and remedy interior engine problems early. You as a service technician can carry the handy smoke tester testo 338 easily with you as you travel from job site to job site in order to carry out these measurements.