Configuring the units for determining cleanliness class of oils and other working fluids.
Analyses of basic physicochemical parameters:
- Density at temperature 20°C (g/dm³) - Performed as per standard PN-ISO 3675:1997
- Viscosity at temperature 40°C (mm²/s) - Performed as per standard PN-81/C-04011
- Flash point (°C or K) - Performed as per standard PN 82/C-04008/
- Water contents — distillation method - Performed as per standard PN-83/C-04523
- Acid number (mg KOH/g of liquid) - Performed as per standard PN-81/C-04066
- Cleanliness class (microscopic method ISO 4407) - Performed as per standard PN - ISO 4407
- Corrosion on copper/steel plate at T = 120°C - Performed as per standard PN-85/C-04093
Analyses of other oil parameters:
- Water content —K. Fischer method, sensitivity up to 5 ppm - As per standard PN-81/C-0495
- Emulsifying power - As per standard PN-86/C-04093
- Determination of the demulsification number - As per standard PN-79/C-04110
- Resistance to oxidation - As per standard ASTM D2272 (RBOT)
- Foaming power - As per standard PN-85/C-04055
- Oxidation inhibitor content - As per standard spektrometria IR
- Air releasing power at 50°C - As per standard PN-79/C-04174
- oil type (or name) and manufacturer,
- oil usage time,
- machine or device in which the oil is used,
- capacity of the oil reservoir,
- sample taking date.
The container (a plastic bottle or a glass jar) should be clean and dry. Do not forger to protect the container with the sample against mechanical damage in transportation.