How much money could you save in maintenance costs if you could take the guesswork out of determining the condition of petroleum based fluids? Thousands of dollars are lost, annually from component failure, much of which is linked directly to inadequate lubrication from broken-down petroleum based fluids; still more revenue is wasted by performing unnecessary maintenance. With labour and fluid prices at an all-time high, optimizing the effectiveness of your preventative maintenance program is a necessity, whether you are responsible for one vehicle or one thousand.

Now, you can effectively test the viscosity and condition of petroleum based fluids in all of your cars, trucks, boats, and equipment, while checking for the presence of contaminants, in just one easy step. The Western Turbo OilCheckUp Analysis tool will enable you to test a single drop of engine oil, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, or gear-lube for condition, viscosity, the presence and degree of sediment and grime, the presence and degree of water or antifreeze, and the degree of saturation from fuel deposits. By dispensing one drop of any petroleum based lubricant onto the special chromatographic test medium you can determine whether or not your vehicle’s vital fluids have reached theirs effective limit, before it is too late.

Using the economical OilCheckUp analysis kit, you can instantly determine the condition of vitally important fluids. After dispensing a single drop of petroleum based fluid onto the test medium, simply compare the pattern on the chromatographic test medium to the reference card (included with the kit). Within five-minutes you will be able to determine if your engine oil needs to be replaced due to excessive sediment and grime from overuse. You will also know if your engine oil is contaminated with antifreeze or water. Blown head gaskets, compromised intake passages, and cracked cylinder blocks/heads can allow antifreeze and water to seep into your engine’s crankcase diminishing your oil’s viscosity and resulting in destruction of engine components. Fuel saturation from leaky injectors or a rich air/fuel mixture can also ruin your oil’s viscosity; test your engine oil now, before it is too late.

The results of the test are easy to decipher, just see for yourself: