Monitoring compressor oil contamination and component wear should include testing viscosity, total acid number, particle count, water separability and analytical ferrography to effectively predict component failure.
Without an effective oil condition monitoring (ocm) program, systems and equipment vital to your infrastructure can fail, employees can’t do their jobs and your everyday operations are placed at risk.
Bureau Veritas offers a full range of oil and fluid analysis services and oil condition monitoring (ocm) for effectively monitoring critical component and machine fluid condition – whether that equipment is used for supplying building power, heating or cooling (HVAC).
To protect cooling and refrigeration systems from contamination and failure, lubricant properties within compressors need to be maintained within extremely close tolerances. The presence of even miniscule contaminants could mean the difference between safe, reliable operations and catastrophic failure. With Bureau Veritas’ refrigeration and HVAC fluid analysis programs and oil condition monitoring (ocm), you can be confident that the condition of your equipment – or the equipment you service – is within safe operating ranges and that the proper, specified lubrication is taking place, allowing you to schedule cost-effective maintenance events.
Bureau Veritas - Oil Analysis (formerly Analysts, Inc.) provides oil analysis, coolant analysis, fuel analysis, and oil testing services through testing labs located in Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, Atlanta, Japan, Mexico and China. The Oil Analysis division of Bureau Veritas was previously known as Analysts, Inc. The company serves the oil analysis needs of customers worldwide, including California, Texas, Georgia, Illinois and all states in the United States, as well as Canada and all of North American. In addition, Bureau Veritas - Oil Analysis also serves the international market, including Mexico, Brazil, Central America, South America, Europe, Germany, France, the United Kingdom / UK, Asia and more.