OilExpress 4™ system delivers highly automated, rapid, reliable oil condition monitoring results using recognized industry standard protocols such as ASTM®, JOAP and Caterpillar® S•O•S℠.
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We offer a range of solutions for fast and accurate IR analysis of in-service lubricants based on the acclaimed Spectrum Two™ FT-IR system. From a single batch analysis to fully automated batch runs with up to 192 samples (17 mm tubes) there is a system to suit all throughput requirements.
This unit includes OilPrep 4 and two Spectrum Two units.
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Increasing demands for efficiency, productivity, data quality, and profitability pose ongoing challenges for lubricant testing labs, like yours. Whether you need to achieve quick turnaround times, minimize downtime, or maximize lab efficiencies, you can rely on PerkinElmer for a comprehensive set of simple-to-use and proven testing solutions to help you achieve accurate results in record time. Learn more about our solutions.
The OilExpress 4 system adapts to your laboratory’s needs, from dozens to thousands of samples per day. Its modular design makes it possible to scale up your sample throughput or separately utilize the oil dilution capabilities in busy laboratories that are using ICP analysis. The system minimizes your operational costs by reducing instrument downtime, increasing throughput to reduce cost per sample, and offering significant savings from decreased solvent waste.
Increasing demands for efficiency, productivity, data quality, and profitability pose ongoing challenges for lubricant testing laboratories, like yours, performing new lubricant or in-service oil analyses.
Whether you need to achieve quick turnaround times, minimize downtime, or maximize lab efficiencies, you can rely on PerkinElmer as a trusted partner for simple-to-use and reliable testing solutions.
Partnering with leading global standards organizations and hundreds of oil laboratories, we continually address laboratory needs and ever-changing standards while developing new methods and protocols that conform with ASTM®, regulatory, and customer-defined requirements.
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PerkinElmer offers a range of solutions for fast and accurate IR analysis of in-service lubricants based on the acclaimed Spectrum Two™ FT-IR system. From single sample analysis to fully automated batch runs with up to 384 samples there is a system to suit all throughput requirements.
FT-IR analysis has become an increasingly important tool for in-service lubricants analysis, and is now widely deployed in a range of environments from high-throughput labs using the OilExpress autosampling system through to smaller field labs and on-site installations using the Spectrum Two In-Service Lubricants FT-IR Analysis System based on the revolutionary Spectrum Two instrument.
Lubricant failure due to oxidation and nitration can be detrimental to machinery’s performance, while contamination by water, fuel or glycol can provide an early warning of mechanical problems before catastrophic damage occurs. Spectrum Two™ from PerkinElmer offers trouble-free analysis of in-service lubricants.
Oil inevitably degrades with use and is exposed to various sources of contamination. The benefits of oil condition monitoring can be further increased by complementing routine measurements at a centralized laboratory with more rapid on-site analysis using a portable analyzer. This article reviews infrared oil condition monitoring and describes the design considerations for an on-site oil analyzer, the In-Service Lubricants FT-IR Analysis System from PerkinElmer.