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Particle Counting Cleanliness Codes Comparing ISO and NAS Particle Counting Codes Most laboratories utilize ISO cleanliness codes. However, we frequently receive requests about NASA cleanliness codes. ISO Cleanliness Codes ISO cleanliness codes are the most widely used international standard for representation of the level of particulate contamination in your industrial fluid and are typically presented in codes of…
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Oil Analysis Fosters Safety

Oil Analysis Fosters Safety How Can a Lubrication Program Increase Plant Safety? In the oil analysis industry, it's normal for us to talk about the condition of important assets, but we don't see much information out there talking about how oil analysis programs promote safer work environments and have an important impact on the…
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What Makes for an Effective Lubrication Program?

What Makes for an Effective Lubrication Program? There are a lot of pieces that can make or break your lubrication program. At TestOil, we are here to help you ensure you have all of those pieces perfectly lined up! But possibly the most important part of that lubrication program is having a champion. Who…
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TestOil Quality Assurance

TestOil Quality Assurance TestOil adheres to ISO 1725 for testing laboratories, which is a standard that we are audited on every year to ensure that we are performing our test methods the way we say we are. ISO 1725 Defined Quality StandardsSystemic TrainingDocument Control SystemsCalibration SystemInternal AuditManagement Review How Does TestOil Go Above and…
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Lubricant Antioxidant Analysis

Lubricant Antioxidant Analysis with RULER What Types of Antioxidants are Present in Lubricants that are Used in Turbines? Turbine oils depend on antioxidants to protect the base oil against severe oxidation and degradation. The additives are designed to be sacrificial, meaning they oxidize before any other component of the lubricant. The two main categories…
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Analytical Ferrography vs. Analytical Microscopy

What is the Difference Between Analytical Ferrography and Analytical Microscopy? Analytical Microscopy Analytical microscopy should be run as an exception test when levels of wear particles are higher than expected. There are no particle size limits to this testing method. This will help pinpoint the components that are wearing, how our particles regenerate, and…
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