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hello:

we change a new supplier for oil analysis. they send us new oil sample bottle, volume is just 125ml,but we used 200ml bottle before,the new one is smaller. we test common oil indicator, viscosity、moisture、TAN、cleanliness、PQ and metal content.

my question is: is 125ml oil enough for hydraulic and gear oil ?

thanks

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Originally posted by John from PA:
Techniques vary from lab to lab and we know nothing about your former lab or the new one. If you have questions concerning specific fluids, simply ask your new lab if 125 ml is sufficient.


thanks john, I saw your many post, you are expert in my mind. I asked new lab(SGS),they said they use automatic instrument, the tool can get oil exactly,just oil cleanliness need more oil, other item a little oil is enough to analyse.

they also said former supplier use manual tool to do analysis,so need more oil.

for me I just wonder if SGS said is true,because we will sign 2 years contract with them.
RM
quote:
Originally posted by darwinred:
oceandeep,
can you share the procedure for oil sampling to have a guide if I'am doing the right sampling,

Thank you very much


hello:
I remember I already post a thread(CJC company)to you. you can study it and compare situation of your plant.
RM

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