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ECHA MicrobMonitor2 (Box with 5 Test Kits) | Fuel/Oil Test to IP 613

ECHA MicrobMonitor2 (Box with 5 Test Kits) | Fuel/Oil Test to IP 613

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ECHA 16/MM/02A MicrobMonitor2 (Box with 5 Test Kits) | Fuel/Oil Test to IP 613

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MicrobMonitor2
Fuel/Oil Test to IP 613


MicrobMonitor2 was developed for monitoring microbial contamination in fuel and oils and has now become an on-site industry standard for this application.MFG SKU ECHA16/MM/02MicrobMonitor2 enables testing in accordance with a NEW International Petroleum Standard Method IP 613 - Determination of the viable aerobic microbial content of fuels and associated water - Thixotropic Gel Culture Method.

(For results in just 15 mins, tryFuelStat Fuel Test Kits)
Re-cap and label the bottle
Step 2. Tap bottle to break up gel.
Step 3. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds.
Step 4. Flick gel into bottom of test bottle.
Step 5. Keep bottle in a warm dark place at 25 C for 4 days.
Step 6. Count all of the red / purple colonies, marking them off on the bottle with a felt tip pen. Re-incubate and examine if necessary for up to 4 days (see Notes). If numbers are high an estimate can be made by comparison to the chart provided. Record all results and sample information.


Why test for microbes in fuel?
Microbial contamination has caused aircraft to abort take off, ships to be taken out of service and power generator bearings to fail. Contamination can, if detected early, be treated and severe operational problems can be avoided. Routine condition monitoring as part of a good housekeeping regime can significantly improve asset utilisation and reduce operational risks.Microbial contamination in fuels can cause: Filter plugging, blocking of fuel and oil lines and injectors causing excessive wear and failure. Corrosion of tanks, bearings and other systems Increased water content causing fuels to become hazy and degrade

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