The Importance of Viscosity Measurements for Oil-Condition Monitoring

The Importance of Viscosity Measurements for Oil-Condition Monitoring


When is the right time for an Oil Change?

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic a lot of manufacturing industries had stopped or slowed the production. But now we are slowly moving towards a gradual removal of the lockdown for some sectors. There are many challenges faced by the manufacturing units as they prepare to start the production. One of them is checking the quality of in service oil before you use them in your machinery. Viscosity is a key parameter in determining the quality of lubricating oil.

In the Webinar you will get insights into:

  • The Importance of Oil Condition Monitoring
  • Viscosity - a key parameter for lubricants
  • Tips and Tricks for Used Oil Measurement with SVM
  • Benefits of SVM for used oil measurements

The webinar is suitable for:

Used oil/ in-service oil analysis  labs, transport companies, operating companies of industrial or construction machinery like automotive, shipping, mining (drilling machines), tool manufacturing, wind power plants, lube R&D etc.

Language: English
Trainer: Dr. Nikolaus Turrini
Nikolaus Turrini

Nikolaus Turrini obtained his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Graz, with a focus in the field of organic and bioorganic chemistry. Following a post-doctoral fellowship in Environmental Metallomics he joined Anton Paar in January 2018 and currently works as product manager in the viscometry department.


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