Alternatives to Traditional Oil Testing Using SEM
Many of the methodologies existing today for oil testing provide only one key parameter of diagnostic information such as particle size or chemical composition. Often one parameter can give clues to what is occurring in an engine or motor, but more often than not it is inconclusive. To deal with the limited knowledge provided by each test, often labs recommend a battery of tests to provide a more comprehensive diagnosis. This almost certainly leads to confusion as to how to interpret the data or even which method to request and how often. What if a complete diagnosis could be obtained with one test? Better yet, what if this test could be performed by in-house maintenance technicians and not require an off- site lab with skilled chemists?
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