Geotechnical Services Pty Ltd

Site

E&P Maddington Laboratory

Accreditation No.

5646

Site No.

5639

Date of Accreditation

09 Feb 1994

Address

544, Bickley Road,
Maddington, WA 6109
Australia

intertek.com

Contact

Mr Noel Mellican P: +61 0433423735

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

E&P Maddington Laboratory

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Materials

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Analysis of biofuels, hydrocarbon fuels and related fuel products Aviation fuels; Distillate fuels Conductivity Direct measurement

ASTM D2624

Crude petroleum; Liquid petroleum (LP) Distillation Distillation ASTM D86
Liquid fuels Appearance Visual examination ASTM D4176 prt 2
American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity; Density; Relative density (specific gravity) Density meter ASTM D4052
Cetane index Calculation ASTM D4737
Liquid petroleum (LP) Density; Viscosity Calculation; Stabinger viscometer

ASTM IP D7042 190

Analysis of lubricants, oils and related products Coolants; Corrosion inhibitor fluids; Icing inhibitor fluids (anti-freeze, de-icing fluids) pH Electrode

ASTM D1287

Greases; Hydraulic fluids; Lubricating oils Particle quantification index (PQ index) Particle quantification (PQ) analyser In-house WICM-27
Lubricating oils Diagnosis of wear from additive elements, wear metals and contaminants ICP-AES

ASTM D5185

Flash point Pensky-Martens closed cup

ASTM IP D93 34

Particle count Automatic particle counter

ISO 4406

Acid number Titration

ASTM IP D974 139

Colour ASTM colour scale

ASTM IP D1500 196

Water content Karl-Fischer titration

ASTM D6304 and in house SAM003

Base number Photometric titration; Titration

ASTM IP D2896 276

Viscosity - Kinematic; Viscosity index Calculation

ASTM IP D445 71,  ASTM D2770 and ASTM D7042

Density Calculation; Classical; Stabinger viscometer

ASTM IP D7042 190

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