Agricultural / Plant

The technical sophistication of Plant and agricultural equipment has gone up significantly over the past decade.

To protect your investment, machine condition monitoring based on oil analysis has become an important maintenance practice. Designing an effective oil analysis program will keep important manufacturing assets such as pumps, gears, bearings, compressors, engines, hydraulic systems and other oil-wetted machinery in operation by reducing unexpected failures and costly unscheduled down time.

In most cases, manufacturers recommend oil analysis for their equipment to keep within effective service requirements. For example, several origional equipment manufacturers take samples from equipment after they have been run-in, or operated for some time in the factory, before they are allowed to pass final inspection.

Oil is the life blood of the equipment – like a blood test in humans, an oil test can diagnose a multitude of conditions

Engine – Drive or Generator

Transmission – Automatic or Manual
Gearbox – Industrial Gearboxes
Compressor – Refridgeration and Air Compressors
Fuel – Diesel or Red Diesel
Filters – Oil or Fuel
Hydraulics – Pumps, pistons or Hydrostatics
Coolant – Recirculation Systems and Antifreeze
Grease – Bearing Compartments
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