oil-analysis

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