Worried about managing your lubricant inventory with the current supply constraints?
Oil analysis can help. You probably thought the first thing we’d say is extended oil drains, but that’s the next step. Start with oil analysis because you need to keep those engines protected if you go longer.
Without oil analysis, it’s hard to determine how long the fluid will last in your equipment or vehicles. OEMs make general recommendations on drain intervals based on set factors. Your equipment has specific needs based on the work you do and the environment you work in. Oil analysis is your engine’s way of telling you what’s going on with the fluid after running for 20,000 miles while carrying heavy loads in extremely hot weather with no breaks. Don’t rely on guesswork when extending your engine oil drains.
As firm believers in oil analysis, we’re here to help you embrace oil analysis to extend your drains safely! We’ve put this guide together to help you get started. Maybe you tried oil analysis in the past but didn’t stick with it. Maybe you haven’t tried it all. If you’re wanting to get more service life from your oil, then oil analysis is the way to do it.
Download our Oil Analysis Guide. We cover these areas:
Ready to get started with oil analysis? Your Schaeffer rep is happy to help. He or she will work with you to get the sample kits and get signed up on our online oil analysis program, WebScope. Once your results are available, he or she can review them with you. Again, avoid the guesswork!
Get the peace of mind you need to safely extend those engine oil drains. Check out our guide and talk to your Schaeffer rep to learn more!