Aerosol Generators for Liquid Particles » PLG system

Liquid atomizer with Laskin nozzles, heatable, and resistant to positive pressure

Applications
  • Filter industry/oil separators
    • Determination of separation efficiency
    • Determination of fractional separation efficiency
    • Loading test
    • HEPA/ULPA filters
  • Test of cooling lubricant separators
  • Comparison of particle measurement devices
  • Tracer particles
  • Flow visualization
Applications
  • Filter industry/oil separators
    • Determination of separation efficiency
    • Determination of fractional separation efficiency
    • Loading test
  • Test of cooling lubricant separators
  • Comparison of particle measurement devices
  • Tracer particles
  • Flow visualization
Applications
  • Filter industry/oil separators
    • Determination of separation efficiency
    • Determination of fractional separation efficiency
    • Loading test
  • Test of cooling lubricant separators
  • Used on the HMT 1000 filter test rig to test oil nebulizers
  • Comparison of particle measurement devices
  • Tracer particles
  • Flow visualization
Applications
  • Filter industry/oil separators
    • Determination of separation efficiency
    • Determination of fractional separation efficiency
    • Loading test
  • Test of cooling lubricant separators
  • Comparison of particle measurement devices
  • Tracer particles
  • Flow visualization
Applications
  • Testing compressed air filters
  • Measuring the fractional separation efficiency of compressed air filters

In order to be able to perform practical analyses and comparisons, droplet aerosols must be generated from liquids that are also used in the real world. Fluids, such as water, DEHS, motor oils, white oil, etc., differ significantly in viscosity, surface tension, and density.

The PLG system uses a a nozzle system specially developed by Palas® based on the Laskin principle, which guarantees highly constant particle size distributions and particle concentrations over long periods.

Various model versions have been developed for different applications. Depending on the model, the liquid can be heated to temperatures of up to 120°C and atomized with various nozzles to different maximum mass flows of up to approx. 3 mg/h – 300 g/h. The nozzle can also be used at positive pressure values of up to 10 bar.

In addition, the aerosol generators are able to be equipped with an automatic refill unit to enable the aerosol material to be dispersed over several days.


Differences of PLG system

  PLG 2000
PLG 2000
PLG 2100
PLG 2100 (2)
PLG 2300
PLG 2300
PLG 2000 H
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PLG 2000 HS
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PLG 2100 S
PLG 2100 (3)
PLG 2300 S
PLG 2300S
Volume flow 10 - 35 l/min 3 - 110 l/min 15 - 75 l/min 10 - 35 l/min 10 - 35 l/min 3 - 110 l/min 15 - 75 l/min
Dimensions 300 mm • 330 mm • 270 mm 440 mm • 380 mm • 380 mm 410 mm • 350 mm • 380 mm 300 mm • 330 mm • 270 mm 300 mm • 330 mm • 280 mm 440 mm • 380 mm • 390 mm 410 mm • 350 mm • 380 mm
Weight Approx. 9 kg Approx. 16 kg Approx. 18 kg Approx. 11 kg Approx. 12 kg Approx. 18 kg Approx. 18 kg
Special features Heatable up to 120°C Heatable up to 80°C Heatable up to 100°C Heatable up to 100°C, with automatic refilling unit Heatable up to 100°C, with automatic refilling unit Heatable up to 80°C, with automatic refilling unit

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