Year of publication: 2022
Before analysing a lubricant that we sent you for the first time, you asked us for a safety data sheet. Why could that be?
The analysis values and therefore the composition of most of the lubricants and service products we have examined are stored in the OELCHECK database. However, if we receive samples without a product designation or the area of application specified, for example, we must either request a clean oil sample or a product description with a safety data sheet (SDS) before carrying out analysis. This is the only way for us to gather essential information about the properties of the various substances contained in a lubricant or service product. As an example, an SDS provides information about potential hazards or incompatibilities that may arise from the product described. In the lab, an SDS increases the safety of our staff, the constant availability of our devices and the accuracy of the values determined.
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