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1 HIAC Portable Oil Diagnostic System (PODS) Overview

2 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 2 PODS Applications Military fluid power Industrial fluid power Construction and mining Aerospace

3 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 3 Introduction to PODS Measures, stores and reports oil condition parameters essential for reliable hydraulic systems operation Analyzes fluids and lubricants in online or bottle sampling modes to determine the machine’s operating condition immediately Instant analysis is as accurate and precise as traditional laboratory analysis that normally takes weeks Real-time assessment of the oil under operating conditions

4 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 4 Results of Contamination Damage Power loss Loss of surface lubrication Degradation of operation Intermittent operation Catastrophic failure Costly repairs Costly downtime Costly rework

5 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 5 PODS “Elevator/Lift Description” Offers flexibility in sampling with an online or lab/bottle mode for multi-variant analysis of particle counts, viscosity and temperature. Capable of calibration to full ISO standards, the PODS performs in harsh environments, accurately monitoring hydraulic and lubricating fluids.

6 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 6 PODS Features 8-channel display Bottle and online sampling Viscosity and temperature measurement 500 sample memory High speed thermal printer buffer Flash programmable Aluminum alloy sheet metal casing Built-in bottle sampler pressure chamber Compact power supply Refillable CO 2 bottle or shop air operation Multiple language capabilities Full ISO calibration capability

7 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 7 Method of Operation Online mode Sample fluid directly from the hydraulic system using the online sample adaptor After pressing the start key: Fluid flows through the particle counter, purging the fluid path After sampling the required purge volume, the instrument begins the particle count Flow is regulated automatically No propulsion or mechanical interference required; system utilizes hydraulic system pressure Upon completing specified number of runs, flow stops and instrument prints out results

8 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 8 Method of Operation Bottle Mode Place bottle of fluid for analysis into the bottle sampler adaptor, which is then fitted to the PODS Press the start key Air or gas flows into the bottle sample adaptor, and pressurizes it to 7 bar (90 psi) Fluid begins to flow through the instrument After sampling the required purge volume, the instrument begins the particle count Flow is regulated automatically No mechanical interference to the sample Upon completing specified number of runs, instrument stops, releases pressure and prints results

9 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 9 Performance Fluid Compatibility Phosphate ester based fluids AND petroleum and synthetic based fluids Online sampling at pressures of 7 to 420 bar (9 to 6000 psi) Maximum fluid viscosity of 434 cSt Concentration limit: 30,000 Sample fluid temperature: Up to 90  C (194  F)

10 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 10 PODS Online Adaptor Sampling Modes Online Samples The Online Sample Adaptor allows online sampling of fluids of pressures between 7 bar (90 psi) and 420 bar (6000 psi) During online operation, the air/CO 2 supply is not used Flow rate is regulated automatically

11 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 11 Sampling Modes Bottle Samples PODS can analyze bottle samples by using the Sample Bottle Adaptor Bottles hold approximately 120 ml of fluid Flow is regulated automatically

12 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 12 Pressure Sources PODS requires an external pressure source. This can be either: Attachable CO 2 bottle Shop air

13 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 13 CO 2 Bottles Fill CO 2 bottle prior to use (ensure the CO 2 bottle is fully discharged prior to shipping) Inspect threads for damage and apply clean lubricant to O-ring Thread the bottle clockwise into the CO 2 port, continue ¼ turn after pressurization Turn bottle counterclockwise to disengage the CO 2 bottle Each bottle will holds enough gas for approximately 60 runs

14 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 14 Shop Air Connect PODS only to known CLEAN and DRY air source Ensure the air pressure is between 6.2 and 7.6 bar (90 to 110 psi)

15 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 15 Bottle Sample Operation Sample Chamber Pressure Regulator – 90 PSI/7 bar Sensor Regulator Flow Controller To Waste Atmosphere Air/CO 2 Supply

16 Online Operation Online Adaptor Pressure Regulator – 90 PSI/7 bar Sensor Regulator Flow Controller 7 to 420 bar PSI To Waste

17 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 17 Flow Control Sophisticated flow control system True volumetric flow Pressure transducer reduces purge volume to 15mL minimum Flow is controlled by a stepper motor driven needle valve opening or closing as required Flow regulation is automatic or manual depending on the counter setup

18 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 18 Keypad Features

19 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 19 Typical Setup Menu Page Parameters 1.SAMPLE LABEL: Up to 10 characters 2.MODE: BOTTLE or ONLINE 3.STD: ISOMTD, ISOACF, NAS, MIL, NAVAIR 4.VOL: 5, 10, 20, 50 or 100 mL 5.FLOW: Between 15 and 50 ml/min or AUTO 6.PRINT: ENBL, DSBL or SETUP

20 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 20 Calibration ISO MTD and Latex Spheres in MIL-H-5606 as per procedures based on ISO ACFTD in MIL-H5606 as per procedures based on ISO 4402 without the need to change software or hardware Calibration is performed using NIST traceable ISO Medium Test Dust (MTD) The only portable that can be calibrated FULLY to ISO 11171

21 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 21 Competitors Parker UCC—LCM20, PLC3000 Pall—PFC200, PFC400W, PCM 400 PAMAS—S40 Eaton Vickers—TargetPro MP Filtri—LPA2 Hydac—FCU2100/2200 Internorman—CCS 2 Klotz—Abakus

22 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 22 What Parker Offers UCC LCM 20 portable particle counter PLC3000 portable particle counter (manufactured by HU) MCM 8000 online particle monitor (PM4000 OEM) IQ200 online counter MCM 20 online monitor based on the LCM20

23 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 23 What Pall Offers PFC400W—laser particle counter manufactured by PAMAS with water content measurement PCM pore blockage counters PIM 400 online monitor

24 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 24 What PAMAS Offers Pamas offers a range of particle counters for the laboratory and for field use.

25 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 25 Stoplight Analysis

26 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 26 Where We Win PODS is the instrument of choice for the US Navy—not one of many but the only one No one else offers ISO calibration for a portable particle counter No other portable particle counter currently on the market measures viscosity and temperature HIAC name continues to carry great weight in the hydraulics industry Only on-line and bottle mode liquid particle counter SUPERIOR VALUE PROPOSITION

27 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 27 PODS Monetization (Parker UCC LCM 20: $8,000 - $10,000)

28 Copyright 2007 Hach Ultra Analytics, Inc. – Page 28 PODS Benefits Proactive maintenance Tracking and trending multiple system’s cleanliness Certification to ISO, SAE and NAS requirements On-site sampling Reducing maintenance costs Bottle samples Roll-off cleanliness Fluid analysis System qualification

29 HIAC PODS Overview


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