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Fluid Analysis

Analyzing system fluids reveals actual internal conditions

  • Identify internal problems before serious repairs are needed
  • Predict future problems and plan maintenance downtime

Luby Equipment offers fluid analysis kits to monitor the internal health of your equipment. Performing fluid analysis at regular intervals ensures that potential problems will be spotted as early as possible.

  • Contaminant levels predict component failures accurately
  • Maintenance intervals can be dictated by contaminant levels in fluids to determine when to replace filters and change oil
  • Oil analysis records prove your equipment has been maintained and help increase resale value
  • Any make, any model

What is Fluid Analysis?

Extracting fluids from several areas in your equipment and analyzing the level of contaminants in the fluids can actually predict potential problems with component failure. As components wear, microscopic pieces will appear in the fluids throughout the machine's parts. By analyzing which metals are appearing where and in what concentration, the remaining life of each component can actually be predicted, so that you can anticipate when major repairs may be necessary.

Service and Repair Recommendations

By evaluating the results of your machine's fluid analysis, Luby Equipment can provide guidance on necessary repairs and filter and oil change intervals.

Laboratory Accreditation

The fluid analysis laboratories that Luby Equipment uses are ISO 17025 A2LA accredited, which is the highest level of quality certification for testing laboratories by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation. You can be confident that the fluid analysis results are accurate, repeatable, and backed by stringent laboratory standards.

Sampling Intervals

Manufacturers recommend sampling intervals for each model. Also consider how critical each piece of equipment is to your production in determining sampling frequency. You may want to reduce the hours between sampling periods for equipment operating under more stressful conditions.

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