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Oil Analysis

 

Scheduled OIL ANALYSIS and interpretation is critical to the efficient running of any plant. Unfortunately, due to lack of knowledge on the subject, the entire report is left in the hands of laboratories. They, due to obvious reasons, make use of an industry determined standard to provide feedback to the relevant plant. The result is a comment of ‘normal’, ‘requires attention’ or ‘critical’ appearing in the top right hand corner of the analysis report.
Instead of the report being utilized as a tool to aid with identifying the condition of the internal working parts of a machine, the report is simply graded according to the comment appearing in the top right hand corner. Then cast aside.
An OIL ANALYSIS should warn of undesired wear occurring within the component. Action must then be taken so as to correct the problem well in advance to any failures occurring.

Number of particles per 100 ml

More Than                     Up to and Incl.
ISO
Range No.

 

 


8E6 16E6 24
4E6 8E6 23
2E6 4E6 22
1E6 2E6 21
500,000 1E6 20
250,000 500,000 19
130,000 250,000 18
64,000 130,000 17
32,000 64,000 16
16,000 32,000 15
8,000 16,000 14
4,000 8,000 13
2,000 4,000 12
1,000 2,000 11
500 1,000 10
250 500 9
130 250 8
64 130 7
32 64 6
16 32 5
8 16 4
4 8 3
2 4 2
1 2 1

 

Technologies We Use

  • seal saver

     
  • turbowerx

     
     
     
  • Oil Watch

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  • ATS Electrolube

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