Lubricant Analysis: The Value of Oil Condition Monitoring and PerkinElmer's Continuing Commitment

October 4, 2016

8:00 a.m. PDT / 11:00 a.m. EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST

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In the Lubricants Industry, fluid analysis programs have grown significantly over the past few years. There are new and increasing demands for a laboratory to analyze new oils or in-service oils, in the field, for quick decision making. Laboratories meeting the demand of analyzing over 2,000 samples a day, need to understand the value of oil condition monitoring and meet ASTM compliance.

This webinar will explore the value of oil condition monitoring and the value of its return. Lubricant analysis is established through a series of various of techniques that help your business comply with ASTM methods. We will review techniques such as: ICP, FT-IR, GC, DSC, TGA and much more…

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Participants Will Learn:


• What is the difference between new and an in-service oil?

• What changes in the oil as it is used?

• Why perform oil analysis?

• What is required to accomplish oil analysis?

• What is needed for ASTM Compliance?

Who Should Attend:


• Oil Manufactures

• Independent Oil and Fuel Testing Laboratories

• End-Users of Fuel and Oil

• Organizations that provide final Certification of Oil and Fuel

• QA/QC of Lubricants

• Engine and equipment manufacturers

• Users of large equipment and machinery such as mining, power generation, military, ocean shipping



David R Hilligoss
Lubricants Segment Leader,
Perkin Elmer

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