The engine is the first mechanical device thought of in terms of lubrication.
There are multiple functions of engine oil: protection against contact and sliding wear, the cooling action that oil has on the engine, and detergency and protection against oxidation.
Regular and constant engine monitoring, not only for motor vehicles but also for earthmoving or nautical vehicles, combines professional use with the security derived from having a mechanical device in a controlled and safe service state.
The onset of wear particles is detected promptly by our diagnostic instruments, making it possible to monitor the growth trend and allowing planned action to be taken before any breakage occurs which may cause sudden failures with major economic consequences.
To keep an engine in perfect working order additives, condensation, soot, antifreeze, fuel and the state of oxidation must be regularly monitored.