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Oil Analysis / Tribology

Oil sampling is one of the easiest and most effective condition monitoring tools offered by MMS and can provide excellent predictive maintenance assistance. Trending particle counts can be an early sign of bearing and seal wear long before vibration analysis and thermal imaging techniques can be affective. Another powerful tool in your condition monitoring program.

Oil Analysis can highlight the following:

o ISO standard particle counts.
o Oil additives and contaminants.
o Analysis of wear metals.
o Ferrous debris content.
o Viscosity changes.
o Sample examination under a microscope.

General oil sampling does not need to be so in-depth and can just be the technique we use to advise you of when oil and lubricants should be changed, simple condition monitoring.

MMS can provide our clients with complete sampling kits, which contain; sample bottles, Pumps & tubing and all the necessary pre-paid return packaging.

MMS Engineers can also work with you and gather the samples as part of an on-site condition monitoring oil collection schedule.


Sample Oil Analysis Report

Sample reports can be issued in 3-5 working days.

Hanger 1 Springfield Park
PO Box 612
Abingdon
Oxfordshire, UK
OX14 9GU

Call. +44 (0)1865 820454

News

Lin retires

Lin Skelton is well known to many of our customers as their first point of contact with MMS. But now, having put off retirement several times, she has finally decided that holidaying is better than working!

In the 12 years she has worked here she has taken on so many roles:- scheduler, training coordinator, order processor, PA, office manager etc. In fact there were very few tasks that Lin didn’t take on and all completed with a smile and her customary professionalism.

We shall miss you Lin but wish you the best for the future.