Tti fuel testing lab provides diverse analysis of fuels for full quality specifications, and follow regulatory standards such as ASTM, ISO, and IP standards.

In-house expertise and technical resources make Tti a complete fuel testing provider for trouble-shooting, tracing contamination and making value addition to respective products.

Tti testing laboratories operate at world-class standards on a global basis with global partner MTS supporting refinery, distributors and other businesses with below mentioned features:

  • Globally Recognized ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited Petroleum Testing Services
  • OGRA Approved Laboratory
  • Technical Support, Trouble Shooting & Personalized Customer Services
  • Fastest Reporting Time
  • Exclusive Packages for Annual Testing Services Contracts

Tti provides special program for transformer oil and insulating oil analysis and testing on a global recognized platform. Transformer oil test methods include ASTM, IEC and other recognized transformer oil analysis testing procedures. We provide you whole range of transformer oil testing facility with best possible rates.

Regular schedule testing of transformer oil is an accepted industry practice followed across the world. General and physical tests are suggested twice a year, dissolved gas analysis DGA once a year, and Furan testing every 2 years for transformers in operation at least 5 years. Special Sample kits are available for easy delivery of samples to Tti laboratories.

  • ASTM Color
  • Density at 20 ˚C
  • Viscosity at 40 ˚C
  • Viscosity at  -30 ˚C
  • Total acid number
  • Flash and Fire point
  • Pour point
  • Di Electric Strength
  • Tangent Delta at 90, 1KV, 50Hz
  • Resistivity @ 90 C, +RHO. M
  • Resistivity @ 90 C, – RHO. M
  • Water content ppm
  • Furfural contents ppm
  • PCA %
  • PCB ppb
  • Corrosive sulfur
  • Metal passivator Additives
  • Inhibitors
  • Oxidation Stability A) Sludge Wt % B) Acidity after oxidation mg/g  C) Tangent Delta@ 90C,1KV,50Hz
  • IFT
  • Dissolved Gas Analysis
  • Dissolved Metals by ICP
  • Particle Count
  • Total sulfur

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