Fluid analysis is a diagnostic, preventative maintenance tool for monitoring and evaluating lubricant, fuel and equipment conditions.
It allows you to maximize asset performance and reliability by identifying minor problems before they become major failures. Analysis provides information on the three key categories; lubricant/fuel properties, contamination and wear debris.
Oil analysis and fuel analysis are inherently different, however when utilized effectively, both will help ensure reliability and reduce maintenance expenses.
Fuel analysis can identify potential causes for fuel filter plugging, smoking, loss of power, poor injector performance, malfunctioning throttle position sensors and sticking valves. Testing also confirms a diesel fuel’s sulfur content, biodiesel content and compliance with manufacturer specifications and standards for cleanliness that could affect equipment warranty requirements.
Fuel contamination is the leading cause of backup power system failure, and the consequences of failure are severe.
Whether it is the loss of data, money, or life, no one wants to experience the failure of a backup power system. Our fuel management program, along with regular generator maintenance and testing, will help ensure that your backup power system will start when you need it most.