Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Don’t Leave Fluid Analysis Until It’s Too Late

Henry St. John
Parts Mgr, Hope Air Systems

Without proper preventive maintenance, your system could experience failures ranging from small to fatal. Routine fluid analysis is important and should be conducted on a schedule to monitor wear, determine potential failures in process, and to schedule fluid changes accurately.

Fluid analysis should not be an optional procedure left to whenever you “get around to it”. It must be routinely conducted by engineers and technicians as a tool to measure and monitor principal fluid characteristics that include metal content, water content, and viscosity.

Hope Air Systems’ engineers and technicians are ready to help with a fluid analysis to prevent costly failures and breakdowns. If you have any questions, please contact me at 508-351-1827 or by email (

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