Lube Oil Products

Lube oil analysis is an efficient way to monitor the condition of machinery. Wear on cylinder lining as well as impurities in the lube oil are easily checked with the right equipment either periodically or continuously. With the correct lube oil condition monitoring on board you can efficiently forecast the need for oil replenishments, oil changes, wear part replacement and general maintenance as well as optimize correlated planning. It is even possible to predict mechanical failure before it happens. Some of the products in our portfolio can provide you with measurements of ferrous wear, water in oil, cold corrosion and base number (TBN).



A small portable magnetometric device with a LCD screen, for analysis of oil samples and detecting metal particles. Easy to use on board results in 2 seconds.

An easy to use, cost effective and fast way of determining the level of wear due to cold corrosion. By deriving the content of Fe2+ and Fe3+ in the scrape down oil, the impact of cold corrosion can be measured on board, and there by time consuming analysis in a land based lab can be eliminated, and the time from sample to necessary preventive action can be shortened drastically.

A complete, economic, oil analysis kit used for measuring and monitoring the water in oil content for industry, marine and offshore equipment, with the ability to test on-site and enable you to conduct oil analysis quickly and easily. Tests use EasySHIP Non-Hazardous reagents.

New economical solution kit. Allows the user to get an accurate picture of the iron level in the cylinder oil, in minutes, by using a color matching test.

A sensor with magnetometry combined using smart algorithm to detect a particle size, speciation, distribution and count with an unbeatable detection range.

Monitor fuel dilution, soot ingress and contamination of oils and fluids using one online sensor — the only one of its type to measure nS/m conductivity.

LinerSCAN monitors effectively, in real-time, heavily polluted and viscous flow of drain oil, and optimizes the lubricant feed rate on board before the problem occurs.

Monitoring the condition of lubricants and fuels is a key priority for engineers within the marine, mining and other industrial sectors. Contaminated and degraded lubricants and fuels can lead to a whole host of problems, ranging from inefficiencies and costly downtime, to expensive repairs and permanent damage.

A small self-contained case to analysis the hydraulic system and detect the contamination by metallic and non-metallic contaminants.

The last generation in ANALEX pq laboratory equipment range. Designed for use instead of pqM and pqA instruments, and with increased accuracy and range reproducibility at low level.

A magnetic and centrifugal separation instrument offers a quick and simple method of wear debris separation and particle size analysis. Preparation time per sample is about 20 minutes and 10 min for analysis time by photometric method and 6 min by gravity method.

A magnetometer designed to be accurate and sensitive to very low ferrous contaminations levels(<1 micron). It can be used both in the laboratory or in the field, supplied with a touch screen for easy entry of data via a full alpha-numeric keypad. Test time <10 seconds per samplee.

Featuring a compact, portable design, comprehensive oil and lubricant monitoring for optimum performance. Simple to use.

Amazing sensor with the ability to detect particle contamination for particle sizes with sensitivity of <1 micron Fe. Easy connections for quick installation. Comes with LED display and air blast zeroing.

To meet the needs of the industry, Insatech offers Rigaku’s NEX QC Portable Sulfur in Fuel Oil Analyzer. It is a simple and versatile ECXRF analyzer for the analysis of sulfur and other elements in a wide variety of petroleum fuels, including bunker and diesel. The Sulfur in Fuel Oil Portable Analyzer is an important tool to meet the requirements for monitoring sulfur at these various levels, with the ability to measure sulfur over a broad range of concentrations and into the future as sulfur levels become even lower.