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Lubricant condition monitors are designed to protect machinery by detecting changes and deterioration in the lubricants that ensure the smooth running of moving parts. They can measure such things as oxidation, additive depletion, nitration, sulfation and mix of lubricants as well optimising lubricant life, minimising unscheduled maintenance and reducing waste.
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Equipment
The Spectroil M/C-W is a compact, rugged, transportable and easy to use optical spectrometer designed specifically for wear particle analysis, contaminants and additives in lubricants, hydraulic fluids and coolants.
The Spectroil Q100 uses the same technology and design concepts that Spectro has successfully applied over the years to the Spectroil M family of spectrometers. It is the next step in design and performance utilizing the most up-to-date solid-state electronics and optical systems. Spectroil Q100 also fulfills the requirements of ASTM D6595 Standard Method for Determination of Wear Metals and Contaminants in Used Lubricating Oils or Hydraulic Fluids by Rotating Disc Electrode Atomic Emission Spectrometry.
Spectro offers an advanced handheld infrared oil analyzer called FluidScan Q1100. This device can be used for measuring lubricant condition and also eliminates lubricant mix-up.
Anton Paar’s ADU 5 high-precision atmospheric distillation unit is the perfect solution to perform accurate atmospheric distillation tests to distinguish the volatility of petrochemical products, such as ethanol-blended gasoline, biodiesel, and all standard fuels.
SpectroTrack Information Management System (IMS) is an optimized system for laboratories specializing in used lubricant analysis for machine condition monitoring. The browser-based system is an ideal tool to access historical and trend information about high-value assets of organizations.
The Spectro-Visc is a fast, accurate, and cost effective instrument for the determinationn of kinematic viscosity in used oils and other fluids. The Spectro-Visc is a bench-top semi-automatic kinematic temperature bath viscometer optimized for the analysis of used and new lubricants. It conforms to the requirements in ASTM D445, D446, D7279, IP 71 and ISO 3104. It is also the ideal system for used oil analysis laboratories that need to test a wide range of lubricant viscosities.
Petrotest, a company of Anton Paar, offers a rapid oxidation stability tester called PetroOxy.
The Penetrometer PNR 12 is an advanced instrument designed for lubricant testing, penetration and texture testing.
Fluidscan Q1000 from Spectro Inc. is the outcome of extensive research and development of the company to provide an on-site lubricant analysis capability to its customers.
The PMA 5 automatic flash-point tester is designed for determining petroleum products, such as bitumen, engine oil, biodiesel, biofuel, turbine fuel, turbine oil, jet fuel, paint, varnish, lube oil, mastics, etc.
The SpectroFTIR Alpha Q410 Oil Analyzer is specifically designed for the molecular analysis of lubricating oil to determine oil degradation and contamination. It was developed and optimized for predictive maintenance programs according to JOAP and DIN standards for the rapid determination of oxidation, nitration, sulfation, water, coolant, fuel dilution, soot and wear additive depletion in used lubricating oils. The SpectroFTIR Alpha Q410 Oil Analyzer also complies with the ASTM E2412 Standard Practice for Condition Monitoring of Used Lubricants by Trend Analysis Using FTIR spectroscopy.
The CLA 5 is a new, improved version of the automatic flash and fire point testing device, CLA 4, and is specifically designed for viscous materials with a flash-point ranging from +79°C to +400°C, The device is used to identify the dangers of combustible materials in accordance to safety and shipping regulations.