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OIL ANALYSIS
Oil Analysis, engine, hydraulic, transmission, transformer,fuels diesel, Bio-diesel,turbine ,compressor , coolants, quench, cutting oils, grease, and Soil Analysis.
 
 
CONTACTS & PAYMENTS
Telephone, Fax, E-mail
 
 
OIL SAMPLING & ANALYSIS FOR ALL INDUSTRIES
Mobile & Static Plant, Marine, Agriculture, Manufacturing Industries, Engines, Hydraulic, Transmission, Gear, Trains, Automotive, Buses, Transport, HGV, 4 x 4, Forestry, Paper & Wood Mills,
 
 
OIL ANALYSIS BENEFITS
Are you getting the full benefit from your oil analysis?
 
 
FLUID CONTAMINATION
Particle and Water Contamination
 
 
Oil Sampling & Analysis Products
Oil sampling kits, vacuum guns, bottles, tubing, oil sampling points, field kits, marine, construction plant
 
 
DIESEL FUEL OIL
Contamination of Diesel Fuel Oil
 
 
DIESEL FUEL BUG
Marine and Industrial fuel problems
 
 
Diesel Engine Fuel and Injector Problems
Information regarding diesel fuel injection systems
 
 
FUEL OIL ANALYSIS
Fuel oil, Diesel Fuel, Sulphur content
 
 
OIL SAMPLING TIPS
How to take a good oil sample
 
 
Marine Oil Analysis Service
Marine Oil, Analysis of marine engines
 
 
OIL LABORATORY
Oil analysis tests.
 
 
OIL ANALYSIS TECHNICAL REPORT
Laboratory Analysis
 
 
Transformer Oil Analysis
transformer oils, polychlorinated biphenyls, PCB, gas analysis
 
 
ENGINE OIL FILTRATION
Oil Filter, Engine Oil Filter, By pass filters, Vehicle Customising, Maintenance
 
 
Tests
Analysis engine, hydraulic, transmission, gear, lubricant, biodiesel, fuel oil, diesel, coolant, grease
 
 
ANALYSIS OF NEW OIL
Testing of new oil
 
 
OIL MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Oil sampling, Oil analysis, Engine , Gear , Hydraulic , Transmission , Turbine Oils, Coolants, Cutting Fluids. All Industries including Construction Plant & Machinery, Quarrying, Mining, Marine, Road Transport, Rail, Buses and Manufacturing Industries
 
 
BIODIESEL ANALYSIS
Bio Diesel Oil Analysis, Oil sampling, Chemistry, Viscosity, Wear, Engine, Hydraulic
 
 
GREASE ANALYSIS
Grease Oil analysis, Engine , Gear , Hydraulic , Transmission , Turbine Oils, Coolants, Cutting Fluids. All Industries including Construction Plant & Machinery, Quarrying, Mining, Marine, Road Transport, Rail, Buses and Manufacturing Industries
 
 
SOIL ANALYSIS
Soil, contaminated ground, Civil Engineering
 
 
Oil Analysis History
What is oil analysis
 
 
TENDERS & CONTRACTS
Tenders, contract, product support
 
 
Sulphur Content of Fuel Oil
Sulphur content of diesel fuel oil
 
 
Pipe Clamps & Cable Clamps
Hose clamps, pipe and cable clamps
 
 
ECOSPILL
See our new Ecospill range and find out how you could save
 
 

FUEL OIL ANALYSIS

SERVICES

FA-ST Ltd will provide site visit/s, risk assessments,COSHH, method statements etc. to take the relevant samples and issue a condition/contamination analysis report and/or a sulphur content report.

Provide the sampling equipment, advice and instruction, for self use and issue a condition/contamination analysis report and/or a sulphur content report.

Full analysis of fuel oil is available.
• Quality assessment
• Specification/identification
• Contamination –water, bacteriological, other fuels, particulates
• Effluent monitoring, spillages
• Comparative assessment for spillage disputes
Cleanliness levels based on ISO4406

We can also provide a fuel polishing service and remove all water and particle contamination.
If required we can arrange for fuel/waste disposal through our associated registered waste disposal partners.

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, ENGLAND AND WALES

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, ENGLAND AND WALES

Extracts from Statutory Instrument 2007 No. 79
The Sulphur Content of Liquid Fuels (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 © Crown Copyright 2007


Made 17th January 2007
Laid before Parliament 22nd January 2007
Coming into force 16th February 2007
Maximum sulphur content in gas oil
5. No person shall use gas oil—

(a) until 31st December 2007, with a sulphur content exceeding 0.2 percent by mass; or

(b) on or after 1st January 2008, with a sulphur content exceeding 0.1 percent by mass.
Sampling and analysis
6. —(1) The Secretary of State shall take all necessary measures to ensure that sampling is carried out of heavy fuel oil and gas oil to check that the use of those fuels complies with regulations 4(1) and 5.

(2) Sampling shall be carried out with sufficient frequency and in such a way that the Secretary of State is satisfied that the samples are representative of the fuels examined.

(3) Sampling in respect of compliance with regulation 5(b) shall commence no later than 1st July 2008.

(4) Schedule 2 has effect in relation to the technical requirements for determining the sulphur content of fuel sampled under paragraph (1).

The full text of the Regulations is available from: http://www.opsi.gov.uk/si/si2007/20070064.htm


WEB SITES OF INTEREST

www.defra.gov.uk
www.opsi.gov.uk
www.scotland.gov.uk
www.uk-legislation.hmso.gov.uk

ESTATES AND FACILITIES DIVISION ALERT

Estates and Facilities Division Alert Engineering, Technology and Environment DH (2007) 04Issued: 18 April 2007 Alert
Category Immediate Action Action Update

Information Request Gateway Ref: 8026 HOW TO REPORT DEFECTS AND FAILURES All staff working in a healthcare environment have a responsibility to report any defect or failure that occurs at work to the Department of Health. Guidance for reporting such incidents is contained in DH (2007) 01. If you have any queries, please seek advice from your Line Manager or the Department of Health Issued by DH Estates and Facilities Division: © Crown Copyright 2007
Page 1 of 2 Product Liquid fuels with sulphur content Manufacturer/Supplier Various Issue From 1 January 2008, “The Sulphur Content of Liquid Fuel (England and Wales) Regulations 2007” limits the Sulphur content in Gas Oil from 0.2% to 0.1%.Risk Environmental Pollution Action See belowDeadline (Action Underway) : 30/04/2007Deadline (Action Complete)

30/11/2007Chief Executive/Board Member with special responsibility for health and safety, in accordance with local procedures ensure that this Alert is brought to the attention of appropriate staff who should take the following action
1) Identify, if present, Gas Oil stored on the premises.
2) Where possible, make arrangements to use this fuel before 01 January 2008, due to the new limits on sulphur content from 0.2% to 0.1% being introduced.
3) If the fuel cannot be used contact your local enforcement agency (Local Authority/ Environment Agency) to discuss options.
4) Contact your fuel supplier to establish, i) the recommended storage life of the fuel. ii) that all fuel supplied after 01 January 2008 will comply with the new regulations. Background1)
In a recent HEFMA (Health Facilities Management Association) meeting, discussiontook place on “The Sulphur Content of Liquid Fuel (England and Wales) Regulations 2007”.
2) Some Healthcare organisations hold secondary fuel in a duel fuel boiler system and / or for standby generators.
3) Enforcement agencies may allow the current 0.2% sulphur Gas Oil to be used until 31 December 2008, provided the holder can demonstrate that they have made reasonable efforts to comply.
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Estates and Facilities Division Alert Engineering, Technology and Environment DH (2007) 04Issued: 18 April 2007 Alert CategoryImmediate Action Action Update Information Request Gateway Ref: 8026 HOW TO REPORT DEFECTS AND FAILURES All staff working in a healthcare environment have a responsibility to report any defect or failure that occurs at work to the Department of Health. Guidance for reporting such incidents is contained in DH (2007) 01. If you have any queries, please seek advice from your Line Manager or the Department of HealthIssued by DH Estates and Facilities Division: © Crown Copyright 2007 Page 2 of 24) Heavy fuel Oil should already be compliant, based on previous regulations.
5) Copy of the regulations are available at www.opsi.gov.uk/si/si2007/uksi_20070079_en.pdfEnquiriesEnquiries to the Department of Health should be addressed to: Mohammed PandorSenior Engineer Engineering, Technology and Environment Estates and Facilities Division (3N 34A) Quarry House Leeds, LS2 7UE Tel : 0113 254 5622 Fax : 0113 254 5793 E-mail : mohammed.pandor@dh.gsi.gov.uk

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