Comprehensive Oil Analysis Solution for Industrial Machinery
Oil analysis provides early indications of equipment wear and identifies the root causes of corrosion. On-site oil analysis eliminates the wait associated with sending samples off-site and enables immediate decision making.
With four simple tests, the MiniLab 153 delivers comprehensive on-site oil analysis, providing immediate actionable results, saving time and reducing costs. Highlights of this system include:
One product, delivering lab-quality analysis outside of the lab
Simplified workflow for the non-expert user, no chemist required
Simplified data handling and report interpretation via OilView and Trivector reporting
Trivector™ – oil and machine health simplified
The TriVector™ is a simple representation of the integrity of the lubrication system and the health of the machine itself. The Trivector indicates the degree of health in each vector. In order to understand the Trivector condition, one must measure the key physical and chemical parameters of the oil.
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OilView™ LIMS asset management software
The Minilab 153 uses the AMS OilView LIMS module to operate the MiniLab. The OilView software includes an Asset Management database and a reference oil database which can be expanded by the end user.
It provides several standard and configurable report formats with automatic email distribution of reports, and alarm limit templates and analytics.
Color-coded Trivector reports provide a clear snapshot of machinery health by identifying parameters that are outside normal limits.
The MiniLab153 is ideal for a wide range of industries such as
Typical limits for machinery
The most common oil analysis tests and typical alarm limits for several component types are shown below. Component manufacturers establish alarm limits for their equipment for specified parameters