A Guide to Oil Analysis Costs

August 3, 2021
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One of the many questions posed by our customers is:

I don’t understand Fluid Analysis and what does it do for me?

So, before you purchase your kits, we want to make sure you understand what the benefits are and make them easy for you to use and intrepid as the end user.

Let’s take Oil Sampling as our first example, if you are buying a car, boat, or light aircraft, it will have oil. The oil under scientific scrutiny and testing will show what is happening inside your engine right now.

How, does this work you ask?

Imagine sending you blood off to the hospital, they will test for.

  • Assess your general state of health
  • Check if you have an infection
  • See how well certain organs, such as the liver and kidneys, are working
  • Screen for certain genetic conditions

It’s the same with Oil, once your sample is received, it follows a strict testing path that covers everything from. See what we test for.

  • Wear metal analysis
  • Water (H2O)
  • Soot
  • Viscosity

How do I take my sample?

We provide either a syringe or pump option, all come with a how to guide and we have also had videos on how to with Digger Dave at Finning

Can I trust the results?

Our lab partner is one of the biggest in the worldwide market and look after and test some of the biggest mining equipment in operation around the globe.

How do I act on the results?

We always recommend that you share your information with your mechanic, weather that’s for your car, boat, or plane. We believe that information shared is another step-in safety.

The Costs

£30.00 – Single Test Package with Syringe
£120.00 – 3 x Sample kit with reusable pump

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