Chevron Racing oil VOA'S for 901 902 903 912

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Hey guys please look at my sheets and tell me what you think!! I have way too much of this oil and need to sell some off. It is for sale in the area marked "For sale" in the forums. Please email or post your thoughts. DEAN MACHINERY CO - MISC PHONE: COMPANY NAME : DEAN MACHINERY CO. FLUID BRAND/WEIGHT : SHOP JOB NUM : EXT WARR EXPIRE DATE : COMPARTMENT MODEL : COMP MANUFACTURER : SAMPLE TYPE: OIL 901 FLUID TYPE : FUEL CONSUMED : LAB CONTROL NUMBER SAMPLE DATE PROCESS DATE EQUIPMENT METER METER ON FLUID FLUID CHANGED MAKE UP FLUID MAKE UP FLUID UNITS FILTER CHANGED E100-40225-0072 8/13/10 No Action Required IS THIS NEW OIL FROM A DRUM, TANKER OR COMPARTMENT. ON TICKET THERE WAS NO INDICATION. VISCOSITY INDICATES A 30 WT OIL. 8/13/10 Unknown Unknown Cu Fe Cr Al Pb Sn Si Na K B Mo Ni Ag Ti V Mn Ca Mg Zn P Ba E100-40225-0072 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 270 74 0 6 0 0 0 1944 42 1206 973 0 W A F V100 PQI ISO 4μ 6μ 10μ 14μ 18μ 21μ 38μ 50μ E100-40225-0072 N N N 10.5 6 22/19/14 27936 3089 234 98 51 35 8 4 Wear Metals (ppm) Oil Condition / Particle Count (ct/ml) Ag = Silver, Al = Aluminum, B = Boron, Ca = Calcium, Cr = Chromium, Cu = Copper, Fe = Iron, P = Phosphorus, K = Potassium, Mg = Magnesium, Mo = Molybdenum, Na = Sodium, Ni = Nickel, Pb = Lead, Si = Silicon, Sn = Tin, V = Vanadium, Zn = Zinc, A = Antifreeze, F = Fuel, W = Water, P = Positive, N = Negative, T = Trace, E = Excessive, NIT = Nitration, OXI = Oxidation, ST = Soot, SUL = Sulfation, ISO = ISO Rating, PFC = Percent Fuel Content, PQI = Particle Quantifying index , NaW = Salt Water, FL Pt = Flash Point, TAN = Total Acid Number, TBN = Total Base Number, H2O = Karl Fisher result, V100 = [email protected], V40 = [email protected] Notice: This analysis is intended as an aid in predicting mechanical wear. No guarantee, expressed or implied, is made against failure of this piece of equipment or a component thereof FAX: CUSTOMER EQUIP NUM : JOB SITE : MANUFACTURER : MODEL : SERIAL NUMBER : COMPARTMENT NAME : SAMPLE LABEL NUM : EXT WARR NUMBER : MIKE MCCONNELL COMP SERIAL NUM : NEW OIL Fluids MCCONNELL-903 NEW 5701 E 87th St 816-753-5300 www.deancat.com Kansas City, MO 64132 Misc Account DEAN MACHINERY CO - MISC PHONE: COMPANY NAME : DEAN MACHINERY CO. FLUID BRAND/WEIGHT : SHOP JOB NUM : EXT WARR EXPIRE DATE : COMPARTMENT MODEL : COMP MANUFACTURER : SAMPLE TYPE: OIL FLUID TYPE : FUEL CONSUMED : LAB CONTROL NUMBER SAMPLE DATE PROCESS DATE EQUIPMENT METER METER ON FLUID FLUID CHANGED MAKE UP FLUID MAKE UP FLUID UNITS FILTER CHANGED E100-40230-0047 8/18/10 No Action Required NORMAL WEAR METAL READINGS. VISCOSITY IS IN 40WT RANGE. MORE SAMPLE HISTORY NEEDED TO ESTABLISH A NORMAL WEAR TREND. CONTINUE NORMALLY SCHEDULED SAMPLING. 8/18/10 Unknown Cu Fe Cr Al Pb Sn Si Na K B Mo Ni Ag Ti V Mn Ca Mg Zn P Ba E100-40230-0047 0 3 1 1 0 0 4 0 4 231 82 0 0 0 1 1 2032 51 1764 1385 0 W A V100 PQI ISO 4μ 6μ 10μ 14μ 18μ 21μ 38μ 50μ E100-40230-0047 N N 13.2 4 22/19/14 32668 3074 287 106 51 29 5 3 Wear Metals (ppm) Oil Condition / Particle Count (ct/ml) Ag = Silver, Al = Aluminum, B = Boron, Ca = Calcium, Cr = Chromium, Cu = Copper, Fe = Iron, P = Phosphorus, K = Potassium, Mg = Magnesium, Mo = Molybdenum, Na = Sodium, Ni = Nickel, Pb = Lead, Si = Silicon, Sn = Tin, V = Vanadium, Zn = Zinc, A = Antifreeze, F = Fuel, W = Water, P = Positive, N = Negative, T = Trace, E = Excessive, NIT = Nitration, OXI = Oxidation, ST = Soot, SUL = Sulfation, ISO = ISO Rating, PFC = Percent Fuel Content, PQI = Particle Quantifying index , NaW = Salt Water, FL Pt = Flash Point, TAN = Total Acid Number, TBN = Total Base Number, H2O = Karl Fisher result, V100 = [email protected], V40 = [email protected] Notice: This analysis is intended as an aid in predicting mechanical wear. No guarantee, expressed or implied, is made against failure of this piece of equipment or a component thereof. DEAN MACHINERY CO - MISC PHONE: COMPANY NAME : DEAN MACHINERY CO. FLUID BRAND/WEIGHT : SHOP JOB NUM : EXT WARR EXPIRE DATE : COMPARTMENT MODEL : COMP MANUFACTURER : SAMPLE TYPE: OIL 902 FLUID TYPE : FUEL CONSUMED : LAB CONTROL NUMBER SAMPLE DATE PROCESS DATE EQUIPMENT METER METER ON FLUID FLUID CHANGED MAKE UP FLUID MAKE UP FLUID UNITS FILTER CHANGED E100-40225-0073 8/13/10 No Action Required IS THIS NEW OIL FROM A DRUM, TANKER OR COMPARTMENT. ON TICKET THERE WAS NO INDICATION. VISCOSITY INDICATES A 20 WT OIL. 8/13/10 Unknown Cu Fe Cr Al Pb Sn Si Na K B Mo Ni Ag Ti V Mn Ca Mg Zn P Ba E100-40225-0073 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 294 74 0 0 0 0 0 1931 45 1184 966 0 W A F V100 PQI ISO 4μ 6μ 10μ 14μ 18μ 21μ 38μ 50μ E100-40225-0073 N N N 7.5 2 21/18/13 16809 1616 136 55 31 22 6 3 Wear Metals (ppm) Oil Condition / Particle Count (ct/ml) Ag = Silver, Al = Aluminum, B = Boron, Ca = Calcium, Cr = Chromium, Cu = Copper, Fe = Iron, P = Phosphorus, K = Potassium, Mg = Magnesium, Mo = Molybdenum, Na = Sodium, Ni = Nickel, Pb = Lead, Si = Silicon, Sn = Tin, V = Vanadium, Zn = Zinc, A = Antifreeze, F = Fuel, W = Water, P = Positive, N = Negative, T = Trace, E = Excessive, NIT = Nitration, OXI = Oxidation, ST = Soot, SUL = Sulfation, ISO = ISO Rating, PFC = Percent Fuel Content, PQI = Particle Quantifying index , NaW = Salt Water, FL Pt = Flash Point, TAN = Total Acid Number, TBN = Total Base Number, H2O = Karl Fisher result, V100 = [email protected], V40 = [email protected] Notice: This analysis is intended as an aid in predicting mechanical wear. No guarantee, expressed or implied, is made against failure of this piece of equipment or a component thereof. Sample Identification Number Identification Written on MSDS Minimum spec for KV at 100 C Cranking Viscosity (mPa.s @ C) KV @ 40 C KV @ 100 C Viscosity Index Comment 901 5W-30 3.8 6600 @ -30 59.76 10.59 170 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil 902 0W-10 3.8 6200 @ -35 38.4 7.8 180 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil 903 15W-40 5.6 7000 @ -20 81.95 13.49 169 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil 912 5W-30 3.8 6600 @ -30 43.26 8.53 180 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil 912 I still need to post. Please email me!
 
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Whats in the oil and the strength of the add pack is hard to read with the data being so clumped
 
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So these oils are not synthetic but rather a syn' blend. Certainly interesting at @2.05 a quart. The 20wt 902 oil is called a 0W-10; I suspect that is because the HTHS vis is below 2.6cP. I'd certainly like to know what the value actually is. If it is sub' 2.6cP, other than for private use what applications could use it? Phos' level is high @966 ppm. VI is high at 180, so maybe it is a syn oil, but the CCS @-35C is not great at 6,200cP or are these grade maximums? I'd also want to know the base oil chemistry type, is it GP II and GP III or or 100% GP III; any GP IV and GP V in the formulation? If I was in the area I'd want the above type of info' but would be interested.
 

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I'm sorry about the clumping. I can email you the sheets. I tried to copy and paste and it didnt work too well. In looking at some other sheets they look like photo copies, I need to figure out how to post them like that.
 

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I had a local oil chemist test the samples and he confirmed the nature of the contents to be full synthetic. As far as being in canada, tell your friends and sell a few more and I will head that way! I will get back to you regarding gp2 or gp3 etc...
 
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