Alleviate engine failures by analyzing metal suspended in the used oils
The determination of wear metals in engine oils and other lubricants can be applied to machines such as automobiles, aircraft, heavy equipment, trucks, locomotives, military vehicles, etc. By tracking metals suspended in the used oil, engineers, designers and mechanics can determine the breakdown of specific engine parts. Specific elements present in used oils have been found to be directly related to specific engine problems. Engine failures, as well as expensive repairs, can be avoided if engine oils are analyzed, providing a periodic trend to predict maintenance or replacement.
• Wear metals
• Crude oils
• Additive metals
• Environmental monitoring
• Petrochemical testing
• Food processing
• Sulfur in diesel fuel
Chemicals sold by Cole-Parmer are not intended for and should not be (i) used for medical, surgical or other patient oriented applications, or (ii) combined with any food product or ingested in any form.
This multi-component standard contains 21 components.
• Multi-Element Organometallic Oil Standard (21 Elements) is a 100 g bottle which contains 900 µg/g of Aluminum, Barium, Boron, Cadmium, Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Nickel, Phosphorus, Silicon, Silver, Sodium, Tin, Titanium, Vanadium, and Zinc.