Multi-element Analysis of Used Lubricant Oils
Evaluating an Agilent Easy-fit fully demountable ICP-OES torch for oil analysis, according to ASTM D5185-18
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Elemental analysis of lubricant and hydraulic oils is important for predictive/ preventive maintenance and trend analysis. The data helps users avoid the expense and downtime caused by damage to engines, transmissions, turbines, and other important equipment. In lubricant manufacturing, analysts routinely assess the metal content of base oils and lubricants, as well as the homogeneity of any additive-blends.
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