Bureau Veritas to Open Oil Condition Testing Facility in Panama

Noria news wires
Tags: oil analysis

Inspectorate recently launched a new oil condition monitoring testing facility in Panama that will utilize the expertise of Analysts Inc.

Continuing the global expansion of parent company Bureau Veritas, the Panama City testing facility will provide lubricant and oil analysis services, assisting maintenance managers in both the industrial and heavy-duty equipment markets to predict failures and prevent catastrophic maintenance events.

Using the Lube Oil Analysis Management System (LOAMS) software, clients will have access to one application that brings equipment testing and analysis data together from locations around the world.

"Bureau Veritas is committed to investing in our network to ensure we are the global provider of choice for oil condition monitoring services," said Matt Hopkinson, Bureau Veritas senior vice president. "Increasing our footprint in Panama is integral to our global expansion strategy and will provide industrial and heavy-duty equipment customers in this region with industry-leading expertise."

Oil analysis can identify trends in wear and contamination and monitor changes in the physical properties of lubricants and hydraulic oils. Laboratory data analysts can then pinpoint equipment problems in their earliest stages and make informed recommendations that can improve machine reliability, reduce maintenance and repair costs, and significantly extend equipment life.

For more information, visit www.bureauveritas.com.


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