Cooling Systems is one the main constituents of an engine. The main function of coolant used in the system is to provide protection to an engine against corrosion, pitting, erosion, and overheating. The condition and nature of the coolant is of much importance to an engine, as it helps in maintaining the efficiency of the engine and identifying problems that can lead to engine failure. Measurement of physico-chemical properties of coolant in the engine’s cooling system is essential to check the Condition of the coolant & cooling system.
The prime reasons for conducting routine coolant system analysis are:
Chem-TechTM Coolant testing programs provides the industry access to the latest technology and methods in coolant testing, which helps companies to attain maximum efficiency and minimizes machine breakdown.
Chem-TechTM has the Test capability for Analysis of :
Chem-TechTM conducts Tests on Coolant samples as per internationally accepted ASTM, IS & JIS Specifications & Test Standards.
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Elemental Analysis by ICP determines the amount of Wear metals , Contaminant Metals and Additive Metals present in a Lubricant. Elemental Analysis can detect upto 24 elements in the lubricant. These includes all the particles present in oil upto 5-10 microns in size.
It gives an idea about the amount of Wear and Contamination in the Lubricant. It is one of the primary tests conducted for Trend Analysis or Predictive Maintenance of the Equipment.
Test Methods adopted by Chem-Tech for Elemental Analysis: