Micron Ratings - Wix vs NAPA Gold

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Originally Posted By: goodtimes
It is very simple to understand. The object has to be as accurate as the instrument or the measurement is meaningless.
You think an "ISO Cleanliness Code" system would even exist that goes down to 1 micron if the machines used to measure fluid cleanliness were mere random number generators? See the link from WellOiled's post:
Originally Posted By: WellOiled
Zee - I was thinking Wix is headed here - ISO Cleanliness codes WIX ISO Cleanliness Codes
 

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Originally Posted By: goodtimes
The object has to be as accurate as the instrument or the measurement is meaningless.
And what proof do you have that the objects aren't as accurate as the instruments? If you're trying to say that engines aren't manufactured/bored to precise measurements, your head must be stuck in the 1970s. I have every confidence that today's engines are built fully utilizing the ability to measure down to the nanometer. The data is used; utilized. The data is not empty.
 
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