By Bernie Hall
The information in your oil analysis report is dependent on the sample submitted. A typical sample of 60 mL often represents a volume 1000 times or more. This 60 mL sample contains critical information such as oil condition, contaminants, and wear debris. If the sample is missing important data, your analysis may be inaccurate.
The way the oil sample is pulled can often negatively impact the information contained in the oil sample. Taking a proper sample seems simple, but many companies still engaged in less than best sampling practices – either in their sampling method or practices
Join us in discovering the keys to retrieving reliable oil samples.