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Particles and Contamination: A Beginner’s Guide

Why should you be concerned about particle count? Simply put, particulate contamination can be attributed to a significant amount of the wear on your equipment!

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Additive Basics

TestOil Reports will contain levels of the wear metals, additives, and contaminants that are present in your fluid. But what are additives and why are they in your lubricant? This course covers the fundamental basics of additives.

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Understanding Particle Counts and Setting Target ISO Codes

Do you need to set a cleanliness target for your equipment? This course will help you understand a particle count, ISO codes, what an ISO code is telling us, and how to set a cleanliness target.

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Understanding Wear Metals in Lubricating Oil

Not sure what the implications of the information from your elemental test data are? This course will help answer that question! This course will teach you everything you need to know about the metallic elements that attribute to machine wear.

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Fluid Storage, Handling, Application, and Filter Selection

Are you following the five steps of handling lubricants? These steps will minimize the contamination of your oil, leading to less frequent oil changes and "cleaner" oil. This course covers best practices from delivery to filtration.

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Water Contamination

Water contamination is a leading cause of industrial equipment failure. It is also determinantal to your lubricants. It's important to not overlook it! This course will cover what water contamination can mean for your equipment along with sources to look to.

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Analytical Ferrography And Microscopy Analysis

Analytical Microscopy is among the most powerful diagnostic tools in oil analysis today. It is the best method for determining the severity and the type of wear in your equipment. Learn how your Analytical Microscopy test results can be applied to your equipment.

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Oil Analysis Data: Trending and Alarming

Trending your results is only part of data interpretation, but it should be the most substantial part to ensure swift corrective actions are made when necessary and to prevent equipment downtime. If you are using Static Alarm limits, this course is for you. The course covers the limitations of static alarm limits and the benefits of trending your results.

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Lubricant Compatibility

Understanding lubricant compatibility is key when switching to a new lubricant or simply topping off. Oil is not simply oil! While the safest approach is to never mix lubricants, we know it is not always avoidable. This course will teach you the risks of mixing and what to do when you do need to mix lubricants.

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