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Edmonton Workshop

Edmonton Oil Analysis Workshop Scheduled . . . August 26, 2010!

Join us in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, for a very special one-day basic oil analysis workshop. Whether you are a maintenance professional just implementing an oil analysis program or are seeking to improve current practices, this course is specifically designed for you. Skills learned in this course help you improve sampling techniques so you can obtain more effective test results and extend the life of your equipment.

Invest one day learning proper sampling methods today and save thousands by improving your maintenance program for the life of your equipment! Class size is limited; download our flyer and registration form and register today.

Water Contamination in Diesel Fuel Storage
by David Doyle, CLS, OMA I & II
Vice President & Operations Manager

Water is the most common form of contamination in diesel fuel. There will always be some measure of water in any diesel fuel; however, the total water content is normally less than 200 ppm and—most of the time—measures less than 100 ppm. At around 150 ppm, a slight haze will start to develop in the fuel. However, with adequate filtration and tank maintenance, the occasional presence of slightly hazy fuel should not cause operational problems. When the dissolved water content in fuel repeatedly measures between 200 ppm and 500 ppm, the fuel should be observed and monitored closely. . More . . .

Why Does My Lab Need a New Oil Reference Sample?Sample Bottles
by Ambrose Hughey, OMA I
Lab Manager, Portland, Oregon

When was the last time you sent in a new reference sample to your oil analysis laboratory? If you can’t remember, it’s probably time to send in a new oil sample. As a best practice, you should submit a new reference sample of each lubricant annually (at a minimum)—or whenever there is a known change in the oil formulation. Annual analysis of a new oil reference sample helps establish an accurate baseline for your oil analysis program and also keeps the laboratory up-to-date with reference data for the lubricant that you use in your equipment. More . . .

2010 Kansas City Workshop Cancelled

We apologize for the inconvenience. Unfortunately, we are forced to cancel the workshop orginally scheduled for September 2010 in Kansas City.

Who We Are

ALS Tribology (formerly Staveley Services Fluids Analysis) is one of the leading fluid analysis groups in North America. For nearly half a century, customers have relied on us for comprehensive oil, fuel, coolant, metalworking, and consulting services. As part of the ALS Group, we are a global provider of analytical testing services.

ALS Tribology offers standard analysis packages and over 100 specialized ASTM tests that cover any combination of conditions, fluids, and applications. Our highly trained and experienced professionals are committed to providing unmatched services with quality results that are cost effective and prompt. Strategically located, ALS Tribology's facilities provide regional access to testing services throughout the United States, Canada, and globally.

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