Five (5) Oil Sample Test Kits. SAVINGS: This comes out to $27.00 per sample. Order the five oil sample kits and save $3.00 per per sample.
You must purchase our multi-product kits to avail yourself of volume savings. One oil analysis kit is suited to one oil sample. For those that need only one kit, we also suggest our Starter Kit which includes an oil extractor.
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- Shipments usually arrive within 3 business days.
- All analysis tests include bottles for samples, bottles to store oil sample bottle, tubes for oil extraction, and information sheet so we can get your results to you quickly!
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- Motor Check Information Sheet: Click here to download and print out.
- How to Take an Oil Sample? Click here for instructions.
The Motor Check Oil Analysis Testing Includes:
TBN - Total Base Number: Most labs charge extra for this, we include it. Total Base Number - this number tells you how much alkaline base reserve your oil has left. When your engine is running it creates Acids a by product of the combustion process. The base reserve comes with your oil in its additive package and is used against the acid. When your TBN is at or below 3 it is usually time to change your oil.
Spectral Results: The Spectral Exam can tell you if you have abnormal wear in your pistons, cylinders, bearings, bushings, crankshaft, valve train, gears, clutches and much more. This exam looks for 9 different wear metals and contaminant metals in your oil.
Viscosity Results: The Viscosity Exam is where we are measuring the thickness of your oil. By you informing us of your oil type(15W/40 or any other type) we will be able to see if your viscosity results are within the right range. For example, fuel dilution can thin your oil, where as coolant & soot can thicken the oil.
Oxidation Results: The Oxidation exam shows the degeneration of oil & the loss of its lubricity and serviceability.
Soot (Diesel Engines Only) Results: The Soot Exam for diesel engines is a normal combustion process of the Diesel Engine. This can cause an increase in the viscosity of the oil, a high reading in soot can indicate improper air/fuel ratios, defective air intakes, faulty injectors, or even blow-by.
Nitration (Gas Engine Only) Results: The Nitration exam for gasoline engines analyzes products that are formed during the combustion process and are often corrosive and can accelerate oil deterioration.
Additional: We also test for Water, Glycol (in most commercial anti-freezes), Fuel Dilution.