The Importance of Monitoring Lubricant Metal Levels in Stationary Natural Gas Engine Oil Applications

The Importance of Monitoring Lubricant Metal Levels in Stationary Natural Gas Engine Oil Applications

Many operators now perform oil condition monitoring through oil analysis instead of set oil drains based on hours in service. This type of analysis tests for viscosity, metals, acid number, and oxidation, which is all useful – but it doesn’t provide a full picture of the condition of the oil.

Monitoring the additive metal levels in the oil, on the other hand, provides more comprehensive insights into the actual condition of the oil, so you can more accurately assess drain intervals. Download the white paper to learn more about why this type of monitoring is so effective.

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