Monitoring equipment, component and lubrication conditions through routine fluid analysis allows you to avoid unplanned downtime and perform necessary maintenance based what is actually happening within the unit rather than on the hours in operation, miles traveled or calendar days.
How to Ensure Optimum Performance of Wind Turbines
The operating fluids inside a turbine, including lubricating oil in gearboxes and hydraulic systems, fluids used in cooling systems and greases all play a significant role in optimizing operation of the wind turbine. All these operating fluids should be monitored closely to determine the condition of the fluid, identify contamination and measure the levels of wear metals…
Addressing Silicon Levels with Micropatch Testing to Extend Drains in Gas Engines
Check out how one power generation customer utilized micropatch testing to better understand the condition of their oil, and with close monitoring and regular sampling, has extended the oil drain interval from a weekly change of around 150 hours, to an operating time of 650 hours on average.
The Power to Predict Failures
Dramatically reduce unscheduled shutdowns and give your maintenance program the power to predict failure. Contact our team today to get started protecting your most valuable assets.