Article - 4 May 2006
Three oil analysis techniques were applied to used oil samples from an engine that was run in a test cell. The three techniques were Automatic Wear Particle Shape Classification, Ferrography and...
News - 16 Feb 2005
The Teledyne Leeman Labs Prodigy ICP spectrometer, supplied in the UK by Lambda Advanced Technology, is ideally suited to the analysis of wear metals and other particles recovered from used oil...
Article - 16 Feb 2009
In an in-service oil analysis program, lubricating oil is used as a diagnostic medium because as it circulates through an oil-wetted system, it carries with it debris from wearing surfaces, as well as...
Article - 5 May 2006
Oil analysis has been shown to be extremely effective in predicting potential machine failures.
Article - 5 Apr 2019
This article discusses using the Vanta analyzer to measure key wear metals and analyze lubricating oils.
Article - 13 Aug 2018
This article discusses the different ways in which engine oil can wear, and what methods can be used to prevent them.
Article - 19 Dec 2017
Synthetic polyester fluids are formulated for use in aircraft gas turbine engines to deal with a vast range of extreme operating conditions.
Article - 6 Mar 2013
Tullow, Ireland-based T.E. Laboratories is a provider of fuel, oil and environmental analysis services for clients, including Irish Rail. The company utilizes instruments from Spectro, Inc. such as...
Article - 13 Feb 2009
The fundamental premise of machine condition monitoring by wear particle analysis is that an abnormal wear mode causes an increase in the size and concentration of wear particles above a previously...
Article - 12 Feb 2009
As a particle shape classifier, the LNF provides the user with shape recognition of all particle greater than 20 µm by using a neural network. As a particle counter, the LNF processes and stores...