Total Chlorine Content in Hydraulic Oils
Aug 02 2017 Read 944 Times
The analysis of Total Chlorine in hydraulic oil samples is required because the presence of chlorine compounds can cause the malfunction of valves which are used in various machines. Water combined with chlorinated compounds can form acids which will results into corrosion. The total chlorine analysis can detect changes in product quality, wear and chemical differences and potential contamination issues. The information resulted from these tests, will include reduced equipment downtime, reduced overall maintenance costs and prolonged shelf-life of instrumentation. In addition, manufacturing plants can increase intervals between oil changes, thus reducing waste oil, maintenance, and oil purchase costs. The need to measure low level chlorine content in hydraulic oil samples is very important and requires a sensitive, ease-of-use and reliable analyser system. TSHR has developed an application note which describes the application supported with real hydraulic samples data using the TSHR TX 6000 model Total Chlorine Analyser in accordance with ASTM D4929 method and use of the boat sample introduction technique. A copy of the application note and further product information of the TSHR range of Combustion Elemental Analysers can be obtained through firstname.lastname@example.org
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