Friday, 14 November 2014 13:53

Talking Turbine Testing

Maintaining turbines in optimum operating condition at minimum cost is one of the goals of a good condition monitoring programme. WearCheck has created an oil analysis regime that does just this.
 
Not only do the turbines themselves form a substantial financial investment for industry, but so does the oil that keeps the turbine components operating smoothly.
 
The value of oil analysis in protecting these large capital outlays has been proven many times over.
 
A variety of turbine oil sample tests yields a wealth of information which enables the best remedial action to be taken. 
 
Technical Bulletin 59 discusses the turbine sample tests in detail – how they are conducted and what stories they tell.
To read the latest issue of Technical Bulletin, please click here.

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