Spectro Scientific, a leading developer and manufacturer of analytical tools and software for fluid and machine condition monitoring,has been awarded two multi-year contracts from the United States Air Force under the Joint Oil Analysis Program (JOAP).
The firstis for the continued supply of the company’s Spectroil MN/W optical emission (OE) spectrometers. The secondis for the global service and support ofthe company’s widely deployed Spectroil OE spectrometers. Both contracts are exclusive to Spectro Scientific, run approximately five (5) years in length, and are estimatedto have a total value to the company of $18M to $22M.
Spectro Scientific President and CEO Brian Mitchell said, “Spectro Scientific has worked closely with the US military for over thirty years and we value the confidence they have in our technology, people and products.We are even more gratified to be able to support the readiness and efficiency of our nation’s defense efforts.”
The Spectoil MN-W is the military version of the popular Spectroil M family of oil and fuel analysis spectrometers. It is a rugged, transportable and easy-to-use spectrometer designed specifically for the analysis of wear metals, contaminants and additives in lubricants, hydraulic fluids and coolants. The Spectroil MN-W uses the time-tested and reliable rotating disc electrode (RDE) technique to measure quantities of dissolved and suspended fine particles in natural or synthetic petroleum based products and coolants. It has been accepted and approved to meet strict Department of Defense JOAP requirements and also conforms to ASTM Standard Test Method D6595 requirements.
About Spectro Scientific
Spectro Scientific and its subsidiaries specialize in analytical instrumentation and software for industrial performance fluids analysis. It is one of the largest worldwide suppliers of oil, fuel and processed water analysis instruments to industry and the military. Industry clients include petrochemical, mining, power generation and water treatment companies as well as commercial testing laboratories. For more information, please visit www.spectrosci.com.