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Oil Quality Sensor eliminates unnecessary oil changes.

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April 23, 2014 - Eliminating need for interval oil changes, Oil Quality Sensor (OQS) monitors oil condition – contamination and moisture –┬áto enable oil to be changed based on need.┬áThis live, flexible, condition-based monitoring solution can be permanently mounted within any lubrication system on any type of machine. Data can be displayed on existing system or STAUFF Oil Quality Display (OQD).

Stauff Corp.

7 William Demarest Place, Waldwick, NJ, 07463, USA

Original Press Release

STAUFF Oil Quality Sensor (OQS) Monitors Engine Oil Condition

Press release date: April 9, 2014

WALDWICK, NJ — Interval oil changes are now a thing of the past thanks to the new STAUFF Oil Quality Sensor (OQS).

Because the OQS from STAUFF monitors oil condition – contamination and moisture – oil can be changed based on need rather than a set interval. This alone can lead to the savings of millions of gallons of oil a year.

Monitoring oil condition is clearly fundamental to understanding the optimal time to change.

• Change too early and the cost is too high!
• Change too late and the costs can be even greater!

The STAUFF OQS sensor is a live, highly flexible and cost effective condition based monitoring solution, designed to be permanently mounted within any lubrication system on any type of machine.

The STAUFF OQS Oil Quality Sensor reliably measures contamination in all industrial equipment, including;
• Diesel and gas engines
• Compressors
• Industrial gear reducers
• Wind turbines
• Generator sets
• Hydraulic systems

Data can be displayed on your existing system or on the STAUFF Oil Quality Display (OQD).

For complete product information, contact: diagtronics@stauffusa.com or phone 201.444.7800.


FOR MORE INFORMATION:

CONTACT:
Nick Monfredi
PHONE: 1-201-389-1137
EMAIL: nmonfredi@stauffusa.com

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