AEMP 2012-13 webinar series will start next week with its first Learn Over Lunch session, an introduction to oil analysis. The one-hour lessons are presented twice a month, on the second Thursday at 11 CST and the fourth Thursday at noon CST. They are followed by a live Q&A.
The first webinar is one of a 3-part series titled “How to Interpret Used Oil Analysis Results.” The course will be offered on July 12 at 11 CST and July 26 at noon CST. The presenter, Richard Hassebrock of Castrol, will explain the history and purpose of oil analysis; explain how to read a typical oil analysis report and understand how information is laid out and presented in those reports; and describe the four most common tests used in oil analysis and provide some tips as to how to efficiently review a report to gain maximum information in minimum time.
Castrol is the sponsor for the oil analysis series, and the first 50 attendees to register will receive a 50-percent discount on subsequent sessions in the series, which will be held in September and November.
The lineup also includes:
- Using Fuel Analysis as a Fleet Tool (Diesel), presented by Ken Hill, CESP, WearCheck USA, on August 9 and 23
- Oil Analysis — Intermediate Applications (2nd of a 3-part series), presented by Richard Hassebrock, Castrol Heavy, on September 13 and 27