Automotive Fluids & Lubricants
Determine chemical components and particle sizes of raw materials, identify changes in molecular information in a lubricant, and explore many other properties and reactions of fluids. Thermo Scientific analytical instruments are valuable tools in identifying properties from raw materials through finished products.
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Analyze changes and degradation in materials and screen for contaminants to ensure quality of lubricants, oils, gasoline and other fluids.
- FTIR in QA/QC Laboratories and on Manufacturing Floors
- Raw Materials Qualification Within a Workflow: FT-NIR Analysis Using the Antaris II Analyzer
- FTIR Analysis of Used Lubricating Oils - General Considerations
- Ultra-low Sulfur in Automotive Fuels According to ASTM D2622 with WDXRF Spectrometer
- Analysis of Ultra-Low Sulfur Levels in Diesel Fuels
- Analysis of Unused Lubricating Oils per ASTM D4927 and ASTM D6443
- Measurement of Key Elements in Oils
- Chlorine Analysis in Fuel Oils
- Analysis of Lubricant Additive Elements per ASTM D 4927 by X-Ray Fluorescence
- Analysis of Lead in Gasoline per ASTM D5059