As a pro-active maintenance practice, oil analysis is crucial to detect problems within your machinery before a problem becomes bigger and more expensive issue to deal in your plant.

By knowing and monitoring the type of contamination and / or actual working conditions of your fluids, it is possible to pin point the source of possible problems and take proper actions to correct an unwanted situation before it becomes a costly production issue.

We provide a full range of oil analysis services to monitor your fluids working conditions.

  • Analytical Ferrography
  • Boiling Point
  • Chip Analysis
  • Cloud Point
  • Color, Odor, Clarity, Precipitate, Foam (Coolant)
  • Color, Odor, Clarity, Precipitate, Foam (Oil & Fuel)
  • Conductivity of Coolant
  • Coolant
  • Copper Corrosion
  • Crackle Test
  • Density (Fuel or Coolant)
  • Diesel exhaust fluid
  • Direct Reading
  • Distillation (Fuel)
  • Distillation (Oil)
  • Dropping Point of Lubricating Grease
  • Fire Point Open Cup
  • Flash Point Open Cup
  • Flash Point Pensky-Martens Closed Cup
  • Fourier Transform Infrared Analysis
  • Fourier Transform Infrared Analysis
  • Freezing Point
  • Fuel Cetane Index
  • Fuel Dilution
  • Gas Chromatography Analysis (Biofuel)
  • Gas Chromatography Analysis (Fuel)
  • Gas Chromatography Analysis (Glycol)
  • Glycol Percentage (Coolant)
  • Glycol Test (Oil)
  • Gravimetric Analysis
  • Grease
  • ICP Spectrometric Analysis
  • ICP Spectrometric Analysis (Coolant)
  • ICP Spectrometric Analysis (Fuel)
  • ICP Spectrometric Analysis (Grease)
  • ICP Spectrometric Analysis (Turboprops)
  • Ion Chromatography
  • Karl Fischer Water Test
  • Particle Counting
  • Particle Counting (Fuel)
  • Particle Quantifier Index
  • Patch Test
  • Pentane Insoluble
  • pH Measurement
  • Pour Point
  • Quantitative Spectrophotometric Analysis
  • RULER®
  • Seta Flash Point Closed-Cup
  • Sulphated Ash
  • Total Acid Number
  • Total Base Number
  • Total Dissolved Solids
  • Varnish
  • Viscosity 100° C
  • Viscosity 40° C
  • Viscosity Index
  • Water and Sediments


In order to obtain the most productivity out of your machinery, it is important to follow proper preventive maintenance practices to keep your machinery working in optimum conditions.

Keeping your hydraulic oil working clean, cool, and dry will extend the life and efficiency of your hydraulic components to provide a better machine performance at lower maintenance cost.

We work with machine builders and End Users on engineering and sizing of proper machine components such as oil and air filtration units, heat exchangers, water and humidity control solutions to maintain complete control of your fluids working conditions and obtain higher productivity with a lower maintenance cost.