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Eliminate Degassing When Measuring Viscosity of Compressor Oils

Posted by Daniel Walsh on June 08, 2016

Compressor oils can create unique challenges when trying to measure viscosity. Dissolved gases from refrigerants, in particular, tend to bubble out when these oils are measured using traditional viscometers. This can create errors in the measurement, typically causing readings to be much lower than they should be. 

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Our Q2 Newsletter

Posted by John Morgan on May 12, 2016
 

Welcome to the second edition of Specto Scientific's quarterly newsletter, The Monitor. In this newsletter we will present a variety of topics for our valued customers, partners and prospects. Content will range from industry trends and application solutions to case studies and e-guides. We'd love to hear your ideas for making this communication a useful and meaningful tool. If you have a success story you'd like to share, or a topic you'd like to read about in future issues, please let us know. Happy Monitoring!!

 

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Guide to Measuring Particles in Oil

Posted by Daniel Walsh on May 02, 2016


Particle counting is a critical aspect of any machine conditioning program and
there are many tools out there available to monitor and track the quantity and
severity of the contamination, be it due to external contamination or machine
wear.

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