R&G Laboratories has an experienced, quality-oriented staff. Our state-of-the-art, full service, independent laboratory provides a wide range of tests on oil, grease, coolants, fuel, and transformer oil. We have recently invested considerable capital in the latest state-of-the-art technology available in the industry. Consequently, the majority of our instruments are less than 5 years old.
R&G Laboratories Qualifications and Certifications…
-Operate under the 10-CFR-50 Appendix B Quality Control and Assurance Program. This program is the same one that is used to build and operate nuclear power plants, which assures our customers receive accurate, dependable results on every report. On a regular basis we have audits performed by various nuclear clients.
-We are ISO 17025 Certified
-We are one of only three labs in the country that maintain a radioactive materials license.
-Regularly take part in ASTM crosscheck programs to also ensure the quality of our results. All of our procedures are traceable to ASTM or industry standards. Calibrations can be traced to NIST or industry standards.
Our experienced laboratory staff has extensive education backgrounds. Unlike many laboratories, our entry-level laboratory technicians all have bachelor degrees in a scientific discipline.
-Charles Boswell, Technical Director of the lab, has over 17 years of experience working at in the oil analysis industry. He has bachelors and masters degrees from the University of South Florida.
-James Choi, Laboratory Supervisor, has over eight years of experience in oil analysis and has a bachelors degree in chemistry from the University of South Florida.
-Cheryl Huff, Sales and Marketing Coordinator, has over eleven years of experience in oil analysis.
We take pride in providing world-class customer service to our clients. We continually work with our customers to solve the problems they are facing. We have the resources and knowledge to perform analysis that might not be in the package requested, but may be necessary to assist or find other solutions. We have had requests for analysis at all hours, including weekends and holidays, which we have accommodated. We provide our clients with quick, accurate, and concisely reported interpretation of data. Most results are available 24-48 hours from the time we receive samples.
Once report is finished we will e-mail you a pdf file of the report.
Computer based software, which resides on your computer. Once a report is finished we will e-mail a file with instructions to upload it into your database.
Have results posted on web to allow access for multiple users to go on-line and view results and data 24 hours a day.
R&G Labs will provide you with two complimentary wear particle analyses per plant. Many plants do not know what kind of information can be gathered by predictive oil analysis, others want to compare us to their current lab. We are confident that our quality and value will show, but the only way we can prove it to you is to show real results on your actual samples. Please follow these instructions to obtain your free analyses.
Use a two ounce or larger bottle. Make sure it is new and clean. Pull a representative sample of the oil, preferably while the equipment is running or immediately after shutdown. Try to pull from the middle of a reservoir to get a representative sample. If pulling from a valve, clean it thoroughly and then let the oil run for a moment before collecting the sample. If you want R&G Laboratories to supply a bottle and a mailer, please call us and we will send you one at no charge.
Download the paperwork and fill out the following labels thoroughly and apply the label to your bottle. Please fill out the customer information and it along with the sample(s). Make sure to include the lube type and grade, the size of the reservoir and the type of equipment the sample is from. All of these factors great ly impact the recommendations we make based on the raw data from the analysis.
Pack and box the samples, including either sorbent or some other material that will absorb oil in case of leakage during shipment. Your samples can be sent regular mail, UPS or through any other shipping company.
Send the samples to: