Intertek expands oil condition monitoring in Jakarta and Baku
Intertek Caleb Brett is expanding its current oil condition monitoring network with two new locations located in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Baku, Azerbaijan.
Oil Condition Monitoring (OCM) is a proven loss prevention technique and forms part of an effective predictive condition-based maintenance program to assist owners and operators in identifying potential component failures before they occur, helping to keep systems up and running, reducing the risk of expensive damage, down-time, and repairs.
Being the local, single point of contact OCM testing requirements in these new locations affords operators, suppliers and maintainers with simple, rapid, and easy access to Intertek’s full range of accredited testing, expert consultancy advice, and interpretation of test results.
“Expanding our capability to both Jakarta and Baku will enable us to offer services to support our clients in Asia and across Europe, the new laboratories also complement our existing global network. Intertek’s global service footprint provides OCM clients in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, and the Americas with reliable testing and trend analysis. By routinely testing fluids we help identify potential oil-related problems before they occur, reducing disruptions and keeping unscheduled maintenance to a minimum,” said Robert Chapman, OCM global director.
Intertek’s global team of experts provides clients with safe and secure online reporting and analytical tools, delivering important condition and trending information with fully interpreted results, along with simple and easy-to-understand summaries and recommendations.
Intertek is a leading total quality assurance provider to industries worldwide with a network of more than 1,000 laboratories and offices and more than 46,000 people in more than 100 countries. For more information, go to intertek.com.