Q: Does Isel Offer Oil Analysis Services?

Entry by Isel Staff

Category: Q&A

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A: Yes. Isel offers oil analysis and reporting for all Isel-manufactured fluids, even if you private-label them. Typical tests include viscosity, total acid number (TAN), water content and more. With our fully equipped in-house laboratory, our knowledgeable engineers and technical support team are available to help interpret test results as well as provide product support and recommendations. This service is designed to help you and your customers get the most out of your lubricants and to help protect and prolong the life of equipment in which they are used. By offering this service to your customers, you enhance your company’s perceived value. To learn more about this service and how it may benefit you, contact us today.


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