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Condition Monitoring Off-Highway

The number one enemy of off-highway equipment is ‘dirt’, or abrasives. Equipment usually works in very dusty, muddy or otherwise hostile environments. Excessively contaminated lubricants are inevitable from time to time.

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The monitoring of Si (silicon) is therefore, along with wear metals, a major requirement for OH condition monitoring programs. Particle counts can also be important in the OH setting. This type of testing is usually done at a Tier 3 lab.

Nevertheless there are some steps that can be taken at Tier 1 and Tier 2 levels that will often help mitigate machine contamination, or perhaps avert a failure.

Lubricants

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