Twelve Sharp-Shooting Tips for Rapidly Interpreting an Oil Analysis Report

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Interpreting an oil analysis report can be a daunting process when one is faced with tens, perhaps hundreds, of numbers on the page. Yet by breaking this task up into manageable sections, the task can quite effectively be simplified. This paper breaks the diagnosis process up into twelve steps, covering the condition of the lubricant, contamination of the fluid, and wear of the machine. By following the steps outlined, the diagnostic process can become one of more science and less art.

Author:

Noria Corporation

Source:

Lubrication Excellence 2007 Conference Proceedings

Pages:

5

Figures and Illustrations:

15

Format:

PDF - Digital Download

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