8011+ Reporting Standards Feature and Synopsis

The HIAC PODS+ liquid particle counter now includes an impressive list of industrial reporting standards. These include the traditional ISO4406, SAE AS4059, NAS 1638, and rest of the usual suspects. Fuel standard GOST 17216-2001 is also included as a standard option. Another fantastic feature is the ability to create a custom reporting standard that can report out to 9 individual customer selectable channels!

HIAC PODS+

Reporting Standards available within the PODS+

A Reporting Standard is a required element for creating a Run Recipe in the 8011+ Setup. The primary purpose of selecting a Reporting Standard is for displaying and reporting the test results in a desired or required format after sampling is completed. The following table details what Reporting Standards can be selected based on the Type of Calibration that was performed on the 8011+ instrument. One of the new performance enhancements within the 8011+ is the ability to run a particular fluid sample and then report the results from that sample to a multitude of Reporting Standards. For example: If my Run Recipe has the Reporting Standard ISO 4406 selected, but I would also like to see the results of that particular sample reported in the SAE AS4059 format then I can simply go to the Home screen, select the Historical Data option, then select the More option, and then select Change report standard, and select SAE AS4059. Now the data from your chosen sample is now reported in the SAE AS4059 format. Note – If the original sample is run with the Reporting Standards set to Run Counter (Counts/ml), Run Counter (Raw), or Custom Report the “Change report standard” feature is disabled. 

 

  Sample Volume (ml)
 Calibration Type ISO 4406 NAS 1638 SAE AS4059 NAVAIR 01-1A-17 DEF STAN 91-91 GOST
17216-
2001
ASTM D7619-12 Custom Report Run Counter Counts/ml Run Counter (Raw)
 ISO-MTD YES YES  YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
 ISO-11171 YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
 ACFTD NO YES NO YES NO NO NO YES YES YES
 PSL NO NO NO NO NO NO NO YES YES YES

 

Reporting Standard Synopsis: 

  • ISO 4406 – Displays cumulative counts per milliliter for the 4 µm(c), 6 µm(c), 10 µm(c), 14 µm(c), 21 µm(c), 25 µm(c), 30 µm, 38 µm, and 70 µm sizes. Reports classification codes per the ISO 4406 standard.
  • NAS 1638 – Displays differential counts per 100 milliliters for the 5, 15, 25, 50, and 100 µm sizes. These sizes are translated to ISOMTD sizes for ISOMTD calibrated units. Reports classification codes per the NAS 1638 standard.
  • SAE AS4059 – Displays cumulative counts per 100 milliliters for the 4 µm(c), 6 µm(c), 14 µm(c), 21 µm(c), 38 µm, and 70 µm sizes. Reports classification codes per the SAE AS4059 standard.
  • NAVAIR 01-1A-17 – Displays differential counts per 100 milliliters for the 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 µm sizes. These sizes are translated to ISOMTD sizes for ISOMTD calibrated units. Reports classification codes per the NAVAIR 01-1A-17 standard.
  • DEFSTAN 91-91 – Displays cumulative counter per milliliter for the 4 µm(c), 6 µm(c), 14 µm(c), 21 µm(c), 25 µm(c), and 30 µm sizes. Reports classification codes per the ISO 4406 standard.
  • GOST – Displays cumulative counts per milliliters for the 4 µm(c), 6 µm(c), and 14 µm(c) sizes. Reports classification codes per the ISO 4406 standard.
  • ASTM D7619-12 – Displays cumulative counts per milliliter for the 4 µm(c), 6 µm(c), and 14 µm(c) sizes. Reports classification codes per the ISO 4406 standard.
  • Custom Report allows the users to report count data from 1 to 18 channel sizes within the selected calibration dynamic range, report counts in Cumulative or Differential mode, and report counts in Raw Counts or Counts/ml concentration mode.
  • Run Counter (Counts/ml) - Displays count data for all calibrated channel sizes from the selected sensor calibration in Counts/ml concentration mode.
  • Run Counter (Raw Counts) - Displays count data for all calibrated channel sizes from the selected sensor calibration in Raw Counts mode.

Author Biography

Bill F. Bars is an Application Scientist for Beckman Coulter Life Sciences Company in Grants Pass, Oregon, USA. He has created and developed many of the Industrial Systems production processes and procedural tools for the Beckman Coulter / Hach Ultra Particle Counting Business Units products. These products include but are not limited to the: HIAC PODS, 8011, 8011+, 8012, HRLD Sensors, PM4000, ROC, and the Calibration Fluids Lab. He was a primary technical resource for the Hach Ultra Particle Counting ISO 17025 accreditation project which culminated in receiving their formal ISO 17025 Accreditation Certificate from A2LA. He received his Electronics Engineering degree from DeVry Institute of Technology in 1982. He has worked for the Beckman Coulter/Hach Ultra Companies for 17 years in a multitude of engineering capacities ranging from Metrology to Service Training and Industrial Application Support.

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