LBX Launches Fluid Analysis Program

Wed April 08, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

LBX Company LLC, maker of the Link-Belt excavators, has launched a new LBX Fluid Analysis Program. This program will allow companies to safely extend oil drain intervals, extend equipment life and minimize downtime by identifying minor problems before they become major failures.

“We are very pleased to offer our Link-Belt excavator customers the opportunity to maintain their equipment at the highest levels possible using this new program,” said Randy Young, National Service Manager of LBX.

“We focus on keeping our customer’s equipment up and running so that they are as productive, competitive and profitable as possible. The program also can increase resale value, because analysis results provide valuable sampling histories that easily justify higher equipment resale values.”

The LBX Fluid Analysis Program provides diagnostic testing designed to evaluate lubricant condition, component wear and contamination. All testing is provided by ISO 17025 A2LA accredited laboratories that are regionally located to ensure expedient processing. Lab locations are: Indianapolis, Ind.; Houston, Texas; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Edmonton, AB Canada.

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