Oil analysis provides early indications of equipment wear and identifies the root causes of corrosion. On-site oil analysis eliminates the wait associated with sending samples off-site and enables immediate decision making.
With two simple tests, the MiniLab 23 delivers on-site oil analysis, providing immediate actionable results, saving time and reducing costs. Highlights of this system include:
The MiniLab 23 provides oil condition information including viscosity, chemistry and water in oil. This capability is the foundation of an oil analysis program.
Trivector™ – oil and machine health simplified
ASTM Method D8092
ASTM Method D7889
|Contamination||Particle count and ISO codes|
|Non-metallic particle count, distribution and images|
|Boron, Calcium, Sodium, Lithium, Potassium and Silicon|
|Total Acid Number (TAN)||V|
|Total Base Number (TBN), Oxidation, Nitration, and Sulfation for engine oils||V|
|Boron, Magnesium, Calcium, Barium, Zinc, Molybdenum, and Phosphorus|
|Wear||Wear particle images, counts and distribution|
|Total Ferrous content, ppm|
|Ferrous particle count and size distribution|
|Copper, Silver, Chromium, Titanium, Aluminum, Magnesium, Nickel, Iron, Manganese, Lead, Tin, Molybdenum, Cadmium, and Vanadium|
The MiniLab 23 is ideal for a wide range of industries such as:
The most common oil analysis tests and typical alarm limits for several component types are shown below. Component manufacturers establish alarm limits for their equipment for specified parameters.