Monitoring the condition of the lubricant in machine wear when and where it is needed significantly reduces the time required for laboratory analysis and improves machine reliability. Dutco Tennant LLC offers a wide range of portable devices with field simplicity and lab accuracy. The product combinations are powerful for different applications as together they provide a more comprehensive analysis of oil condition, contamination and machine wear condition. All our devices use small amounts of oil, and does not require solvents or chemicals to clean. They are lightweight and ideal for field use.
When you want to do an on-site oil analysis, the obvious questions which can come in your mind is: Which tools and equipment shall we use? And whether these tests have to perform on-site? As an answer to all these questions, we have a set of Oil Analysis Equipment which is available at a low budget.
As we offer budget solutions, the decision – Which products should be purchased? - is far simpler. The reality for many individuals just starting an oil analysis program is that the budget is undersized. With a small budget for starting the on-site oil analysis program, deciding which tools to purchase and in what order can be important for the program’s success.
When you are ready for purchasing oil analysis lab equipment, deciding which tests should be done on-site and which test slates are best deployed by the off-site lab is the most important decision. We provide chemical lab solutions for doing various types of oil analysis, and these equipment are MiniLab 153 - Comprehensive Oil Analyzer For Industrial Machinery, T2FM Q500 - Laboratory Ferrography, SpectroVisc Q3000 - Portable Kinematic Viscometer.
On-site oil analysis can be performed at various frequencies, based on the machine you are using, lubricant stressing conditions, and other factors. Machines and lubricants which are exposed to high loads and are exposed to high temperatures and environmental contaminants require more regular screening.
Which test will be performed is machine- and application- dependent. For example, oil exposed to steam requires screening for water. Machines with high-temperature lubricants don’t require water assessments but need examinations which indicate thermal distress.
MiniLab 153 in our supply delivers comprehensive on-site oil analysis with simple tests, providing immediate results, saving time and reducing costs. Major highlights of this system are: