A comprehensive oil analysis of the lubrication systems detects the presence of impurities that adversely affect the performance of the equipment; The reasons for Oil Analysis and Oil Analysis is to maintain the operability and operative properties of the machinery such as calculating the time to replace the equipment, the contamination (and its sources) in the oil, determine the correct functioning of all the systems of the mechanism and compliance with the requirements of the manufacturers.
Hydraulic oil is an essential part of any hydraulic system, which means you can not avoid getting dirty, then perform sampling of oil and lastly an oil analysis. On such basis as the analysis, measures can be studied, from the additional filtration or oil switch the signal from the immediate replacing of worn parts.
The physical conditions for receiving a sample of oil suitable for analysis will always be representative, which is, it reflects the state of the total amount of lubricant / maintenance material inside the unit. In order to preserve this is and the capacity to draw conclusions in the results of the periodic Oil Analysis, Oil Sampling have to be done with great care.
The key prerequisites to get a representative sample of top quality oil is to maintain just as much cleanliness as you can and thoroughly clean the sampling site, the encircling area along with the sampling hose from the pump (if used).
When you use an Oil Sampling pump, use your own hose for each and every oil sample. This guarantees that this results of the Oil Analysis will not be distorted by the remains of old oil or dirt left within the pump, nor should it be used to take oil samples should you previously took a specimen of refrigerant.
Pollution, waste from previous contents and water also impact the results of the learning. Therefore, use new, unused containers whenever you can. The capabilities of inadequate plastics can distort the outcome due to the entry of separable composite particles from their material.