Fluid Rx Diagnostics has expanded its line of Fluid-Science Report Cards (P/N 95120-GER) to include the latest proprietary vital fluids used in German-made vehicles including BMW, Mini, Mercedes, Audi, Porsche, Range Rover and Volkswagen.
“The Science of Good Business includes showing your customer proof when it’s time to change vital fluids,” said Ron McElroy, CEO of Magna-Guard, Inc. “Our technology, radial planar chromatographic analysis, does exactly that.”
Here’s how it works: all modern lubricants contain additives that help inhibit breakdown. As these additives are depleted, sludge is formed. One drop of sample fluid is placed on the test sheet. As the fluid percolates through the unique filter paper, bands and/or zones of different hues and densities, even unwanted wear metals and debris form a chromatogram. Changes in the appearance of the zones or bands are a clear indication that something in the lubricant has changed. A closer look at the zones, their unique formation, and the debris fields contained therein reveals high particle-counts that can be correlated to ISO Code.
The patented Fluid Rx Instant Lubricant Diagnostics tools are correlated to laboratory analysis by SGS Herguth laboratories. They are designed so that the consumer sees what the service personnel see, instantly and at the same time. There is no guesswork, and the results are verified within seconds. They provide customers with the test results and a record going forward as well as an overview of the technology and benefits of performing needed fluid services.
For more information or to order Fluid Rx Diagnostics by Magna-Guard, visit www.fluidrxdiagnostics.com.