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​​​​​​​​​​​Used Oil Analysis is critical to determining proper drain intervals.   Scroll down to find out more…​

 

 

What Can Oil Analysis Do For You?http://www.archeroil.com/oil-analysis/Pages/What-Can-Oil-Analysis-Do-For-You.aspxWhat Can Oil Analysis Do For You?
How an Engine Oil Does It's Jobhttp://www.archeroil.com/oil-analysis/Pages/How-an-Engine-Oil-Does-Its-Job.aspxHow an Engine Oil Does It's Job​​​In an internal combustion engine, the engine oil is contained in the sump, or crankcase. The oil pump draws the oil through a screen, which strains out large foreign particles, then forces it through a filter, which removes smaller contaminants...
Sampling Procedurehttp://www.archeroil.com/oil-analysis/Pages/Sampling-Procedure.aspxSampling ProcedureThere are basically three ways to obtain a representative sample of used oil from an engine. Read more to find out what they are.
How To Read Your Reportshttp://www.archeroil.com/oil-analysis/Pages/How-To-Read-Your-Reports.aspxHow To Read Your ReportsIt can be difficult to decipher the meaning of your Used Oil Analysis Report. Read more to find out what it all means.