KLEENOIL OIL ANALYSIS SERVICES.
Technology at work for you ...
Scheduled Oil Analysis is an excellent way to maintain the balance between the premature failure and both proactive or reactive maintenance.
A condition monitoring program will analyse fluids for particle contamination from dirt and wear metals, corrosion due to water, and lacquer build up due to degradation or additive depletion.
By reading the results of the analysis, we can fine-tune the intervals between oil changes and discover problems such as a leaking head gasket or fuel leak before they cause more expensive damage.
Oil analysis can be carried out as a routine monitoring programed to suit you, or a reactive report to resolve the cause of machine breakdown.
We provide a sample bottle and pre-paid envelope - you get the sample straight to the lab and we e-mail you direct with the results in 48hrs.
Kleenoil will help explain your analysis, add supplementary reports and advise on further monitoring or cleansing solutions.
Filtering and condition monitoring are used in conjunction with each other to prevent system failure.
Oil Analysis can identify the four biggest engine killers before it's too late !
Routine testing can tell you where they come from and what they can do to your equipment.
CONDITION MONITORING .... THE BENEFITS :
Reduce potential catastrophic equipment failures
Maintain, optimum component performance
Identify any substandard filtration and Maintenance practices.
Overall increased productivity.
Diesel consists mostly of organic compounds ob-tained by the fractional distillation of crude petroleum which are then blended with a variety of performance additives. Commonly abbreviated DERV, standing for Diesel En-gined Road Vehicle. The EN590 specification for diesel fuel allows for up to 7% of biofuel to be present.
Analysis are designed as informative tests before making a decision if to perform more extensive fuel quality testing:
Bacteria, Fungi, Mold
Cold Filter Plug Point
Insurance, Warranty & damage claims
The first ‘port of call’ on any fuel system failure is the condition of your fuel : whether in storage or in the vehicle.
Your dealer will take their own sample, but we would advise you always take your own in-dependent analysis to back up any claim.