Tuesday, 30 August 2011 15:40

Product pick: Marine Analysis

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Oils perform many different jobs on board large sea-going vessels and range from mineral to full synthetic, and gear lubes to hydraulic fluids and highly advanced engine oils. WearCheck undertakes oil analysis for all marine vessels on samples from ship engines, gearboxes and hydraulics.

The test profile includes wear metals, contaminants, additives and lubricant condition plus Total Base Number (TBN) on engine samples.WearCheck is certified by Lloyds of London and Paris-based Bureau Veritas to perform oil analysis.

The company also services a number of major South African and Namibian marine organisations, as well as international oil drilling companies with floating platforms off the African coast.

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