Complete Fluid Monitoring

Introducing Poseidon Systems’s Trident QW3100 fluid quality sensor, the most advanced online fluid quality sensor available. The QW3100 is the only fluid quality sensor designed to replace the need for periodic oil sampling, as a critical part of recent advancement within reliability programs. With the Trident QW3100, operators are now able to know the current health of their oil, trend and alert reliability events, project RUL, and significantly reduce overall oil consumption as part of a condition based oil change program.
We developed the Trident QW3100 over 15 years in concert with the largest operators in the world. The advancements made in the last few years has allowed for its adoption as the standard for many fluid monitoring reliability programs; eventually leading to millions of dollars in savings for our customers. – Mark Redding, President
This new approach allows operators to truly identify root cause issues and prevent damage to equipment, well before it becomes a reliability problem; true preventative maintenance.

Eliminate Oil Sampling – What’s the Difference?

Poseidon Systems has developed the most advanced fluid quality sensor, the only commercially available Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) sensor. EIS goes beyond single point measurements to take multiple readings, across a sweep of frequencies, that correspond to critical properties other sensors are incapable of capturing. Only Poseidon Systems’s Trident QW3100 oil quality sensor is capable of replacing periodic oil sampling.  

Extend Gearbox Oil Drain Intervals by Up to 2x

Within the many industries, operators are changing oil too often based on historical worse case scenarios and unreliable oil sampling. The industry is unsure about the real remaining useful life (RUL) of oil and is erring on the side of caution. Using Poseidon’s oil quality sensor, operators are able know the health of their oil real-time. This allows operators to monitor oil quality, forecast oil RUL, and optimize oil changes; in some cases operating with the same oil up to two times longer.