Hydraulic Oil Analysis Services

A hydraulic system transfers force from one point to another point using an incompressible (hydraulic) fluid. To ensure that the fluid functions properly, it is crucial that it remains free of contaminants and particles. In fact, particle contamination is the single most common cause of hydraulic system failure. Dirt-laden fluids in any moving engine part may cause damage to the fine tolerances of valves, motors, and hydraulic systems. Fluid analysis is essential to keep hydraulic system operating efficiently and effectively. Considering 80% of all hydraulic system failures are caused by poor fluid condition, an effective fluid analysis program will help identify contamination and other problems not visible to the naked eye.

Hydraulic systems are employed in Mobile, Industrial, and Aviation applications to convey power to work equipment. They are extremely efficient, compact, and lightweight comparative to a mechanical equivalent. Hydraulic fluids convey force in the system, and as such are carefully selected by the system maker. Chemical stability, viscosity, high flash and fire points, and oxidation resistance are all valued, and consequently, mineral and synthetic hydrocarbon fluids are chosen for industrial and mobile systems, while functional chemicals such as phosphate esters are selected for aviation and dedicated industrial applications.

ROKADE Group offers two packages for your hydraulics

1 Basis Industrial
2 Advance Industrial

Specification

Parameter Basic Industrial Advance Industrial
Physical & Chemical Properties Color X X
Viscosity 40,100 & VI X X
Flash Point
TAN/TBN X X
Oxidation/ Anti Wear X X
Sulfation
Nitration
Contaminants Water X X
Elements
Soot
Fuel Dilution
Glycol
Wear/ Particle Analysis Particle Count/ Size/ Shape NAS values X X
Elemental Analysis (21) Wear Metals, Contaminants, Additives X
Ferrous Counts/ DR X
Analytical Ferrography

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