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Lubricant Analysis


Lubricant Analysis

AMSOIL Industrial Lubricant Analysis protects valuable equipment by providing timely, accurate and easy-to-understand fluid analysis. It is backed by personal, friendly customer service from our technical personnel. We work with fully equipped laboratories staffed by trained analysts and offer a complete line of analysis services to help you get the most from your lubricants and extend equipment life.


High Quality Testing

High-Quality Testing

AMSOIL Industrial Lubricant Analysis is performed at independent ISO 9001 and ISO 17025 A2LA accredited testing laboratories. This is the highest level of quality a testing laboratory can attain backed by the most stringent accrediting body in the industry. You can be confident the results you receive are accurate, repeatable and traceable to a standard.

High Quality Testing

Innovative Information Technologies

AMSOIL Industrial Lubricant Analysis online reporting software, Sofia®, delivers your results almost immediately after sample processing is complete. The software's management reports help you effectively manage your data and your program, taking your fluid-analysis program to the next level.

About Fluid Analysis

Fluid analysis is a preventive maintenance tool designed to evaluate lubricant condition, component wear and contamination in industrial and fleet applications. Routine fluid analysis can detect lubricant or equipment issues before major problems develop.

The AMSOIL Industrial Lubricant Analysis Program protects valuable equipment by providing timely, accurate and easy-to-understand fluid analysis. It is backed by personal, friendly customer service from our technical personnel. We work with fully equipped laboratories staffed by trained analysts and offer a complete line of oil analysis services to help you get the most from your lubricants and extend equipment life.

Maximize Drain Intervals

Extending drain intervals minimizes maintenance costs and maximizes uptime, but best practices differ for each type of equipment and lubricant. For example, monitoring oil condition in a steam turbine may result in a recommendation to top-off, or sweeten, the oil rather than change it to maximize the drain interval.

Extend Equipment Life

Monitoring system cleanliness and filtration efficiency can help you keep your equipment longer and significantly reduce replacement costs.