Oil analysis dates back to the end of World War II when the US locomotive industry started the practice to successfully detect diesel engine problems via wear metal in the engine oil. It’s a tried and tested process that has stood the test of time and forms a permanent place in any condition monitoring plan.  In a time when there was less data to work with, oil samples were one of the primary,…
Osman Bahemia
Osman Bahemia
06th Oct, 2020 | 1 min to read
Why you should consider integrating automated failure analysis investigations into your operations When a component fails, there'll be a story in the oil…
Osman Bahemia
Osman Bahemia
07th Aug, 2020 | 1 min to read
Maintenance and reliability professionals will be familiar with the P-F Curve developed by John Moubray in his book ‘RCM II’ which utilises a graph to…
Osman Bahemia
Osman Bahemia
21st Jul, 2020 | 1 min to read
Think of the concept; Good oil condition = greater reliability and increased component life. A simple concept, but we see the benefits for equipment operators who have instilled this concept in their maintenance strategy. It’s not uncommon that the perceived value of oil sample reports is to action ‘critical’ or ‘caution’ evaluations to prevent an imminent failure. That is of course a benefit of…
Osman Bahemia
Osman Bahemia
10th Jul, 2020 | 1 min to read
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