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OIL CONDITION MONITORING

ocm 22 It is a OCM program and Naft Andish Yekta Company (yekta oil & gas PTE  JS  co. ) can complete its entire Condition Monitoring program from A to Z (ordering , sampling , testing , data analysis and recommendations).

 

The early days of OCM can be traced back to 1946, when US railroad engineers started to detect component deterioration by analysing diesel engine lubricant. Samples were collected and sent to laboratories where spectrographs were used to detect chemical elements such as copper and iron.

 

The results were then used to identify the early warning signs of engine failure and carry out repairs before a total breakdown occurred. TITLES:

 

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What is Oil Condition Monitoring?

Oil Condition Monitoring (OCM) is a crucial element of any predictive maintenance schedule. OCM includes measuring, monitoring and analysing changes in lubricant and fuel oils for contamination and chemical content, and tracking degradation in oil quality from new to end-of-life.

This data provides insights into issues affecting performance and reliability, and can form the basis of an effective maintenance programme .

Why monitor oil condition?

Accurate, high quality oil condition analysis provides a deep insight into the health and status of your equipment. Contamination by fuel, water or acid, can quickly lead to oil losing it’s lubrication properties and subsequent equipment damage.

Small unseen issues, which if left to develop will cause a major breakdown, will be reflected in miniscule changes in oil condition. As oil condition degrades with use, you are able pin-point the exact time for maintenance, extending service intervals without risk.

Note: All you have to do is select a Yekta group for oil condition monitoring program consultation. From A to Z, we will consult and follow the process and complete it.

 

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The oil condition monitoring program is a global standard ASTM  D4378 and all industries in all countries follow this standard and do it correctly .Our Oil Condition Monitoring or Used Oil Analysis programme will assess your fluid for problems and report these issues quickly and efficiently.
Tests are performed in our partnership laboratories by fully qualified chemists. The OCM analysis results are reviewed by our experienced analytical data specialists to indicate oil and machinery health.

 

Using our yekta OCM or UOA programme is easy and cost-effective. By using yekta to routinely test and check the condition of your machinery lubricating oils, you receive valuable comprehensive reports on both the condition of the lubricating oils and their machinery. We develop individual testing programmes to meet your Total Quality Assurance needs and ensure sample collection, shipping, testing and reporting is seamless, efficient, and cost-effective.

 
Turbine oils, engine oils, transmissions and hydraulics

Condition monitoring by regular tests of in-service oils are made to give diagnostics of lubricant quality degradation, signs of abnormal wear and contaminant levels.

 

Recurring tests are necessary to establish trends, and the test interval is set depending on production uptime requirements, risks in the operating environment and other maintenance routines. A common recommendation is that tests are made at least 2-4 times per year.

 

The results will be compared to reference values, system limits and/or recommendations to international standards such as ASTM D6224 or ASTM D4378 for in-service monitoring of gas and steam turbine oils.

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yekta oil analysis expertise provides our clients with a multitude of benefits, with world-class testing facilities and global service coverage.
 
Our independent and impartial Total Quality Assurance specialists can truly satisfy your requirements with the precision, pace and passion you desire .
From powering engines to lubricating moving parts, oil is fundamental to the manufacturing and transport sectors.
 
Quality can have a major impact on both productivity and profitability, making Oil Condition Monitoring (OCM) a top priority for most consumers. Also known as Used Oil Analysis (UOA), the process involves monitoring the quality and characteristics of oil to maintain efficiency and detect any issues that could compromise performance.

 

 
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As you can see, the oil condition monitoring program is very important for any industry because it reduces repair costs and increases the efficiency of the device and ultimately increases the life of the equipment.

 Our OCM or UOA programmes measure engine oils, lubricating oils, and other fluids for the detection of mechanical wear, lubricant quality degradation, and other associated issues.

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Operating on a global basis in  locations around the world, our oil condition monitoring or used oil analysis laboratories offer accredited oil and lube testing results, presented in easy-to-read and understandable reports.

We provide customised and extensive analysis test suites and packages, including tests such as elemental analysis, viscosity, dilution, water detection, acid number, base number, particle counting, and particle analysis to name a few.

 

Our testing capabilities cover a vast range of oils and lubricants, spanning a range of industries and sectors including; diesel engine lubricants, gas turbine generators, gearbox oils, gas engine oil, jet engine oil testing, hydraulic fluid, brake fluid, grease testing, transformer oil testing, petrol, metalworking fluids, greases and gasoline engine fluids.

 

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You can confidently and powerfully contact  our team  , and contact us to provide you with the most appropriate lubrication condition monitoring and related tests in accordance with global standards. All you have to do is contact us and complete your order with the financial department. And during your needs , the Yekta team will be by your side.
 

Oil Condition Monitoring (OCM) or Used Oil Analysis (UOA) predictive maintenance programmes help clients avoid costly machinery, engine and power-train failures by tracking changes in machinery lubricant quality. Providing vital ‘early-warning’ of impending problems and supporting smooth and reliable machinery operation.

 

Operational issues in machines, engines and other components are often reflected in the condition of the lubricant oil being used. Regularly scheduled oil condition monitoring or used oil analysis can identify mechanical problems before they impact the efficient running of machinery, avoiding costly headaches later on.

 

Lubricants have to work under demanding conditions, exposed to constant high pressures, temperatures and other harmful factors, including water contamination, corrosion, fuel, and air ingested particles. High levels of wear particles give advance warning of possible machinery malfunction, allowing early remedial action to be taken.

Where analytical results suggest no undue wearing is taking place, the operator may extend the interval between services or oil changes.

Scheduled lubricant testing and expert advice can avoid and mitigate costly component or system failures and unscheduled maintenance.

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