Practicing Oil Analysis March 2001

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Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

Do you know the six most expensive oil analysis tests? Maybe you do and maybe you’ve learned to tolerate them or simply didn’t register their true cost. For the maintenance organization seeking...

Robert W. Bowden, Equilon Enterprises

Basic Formulation In order to fully understand the correct approach to industrial oil reclamation and the consequences of doing it incorrectly, one must first acknowledge that industrial oils are...

Drew Troyer

One of the most active topics of discussion during the “Town Hall Meeting” portion of last year’s conference was the subject of onsite oil analysis. That is not surprising, given the heightened...

The Fluid Life Corporation

The Weartrap Filter Traps 10-Micron and Larger Particles That Can Later Be Analyzed Microscopically Using the Same Methods Employed in Ferrographic Analysis Oil analysis serves a pivotal role...

Danny Shorten, Lloyd's Register

The analysis of used lubricating grease has become a benchmark procedure as part of the UK Health and Safety Executive guidelines on managing the safety of pedestal cranes, specifically...

Raymond Thibault, ExxonMobil Lubricants & Specialties

Note from Editor This paper was presented at Practicing Oil Analysis 2000 International Conference and Exhibition and was originally published in the proceedings. Because of the...

Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

Numerous methods have been developed to selectively remove water and other volatile contaminants from hydraulic and lubricating fluids. These methods include absorbent filter media and regenerable...

Ed Newman, AMSOIL Inc.

AMSOIL Inc. of Superior, Wis., has always been a strong proponent of oil analysis. AMSOIL brought oil analysis processes and technology into the passenger car market with its introduction...

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