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SGS Oil Condition Monitoring professionals will be attending the Nuclear Procurement Issues Committee (NUPIC) Vendor Committee meeting June 21-22, 2017. SGS NUPIC participants engage with industry peers on a number of key industry points, including compliance, new developments, new technologies, and more. 

SGS supports the Nuclear Power Industry with a range of oil, lubricant, and grease quality testing and condition trending expertise and services, including:

  • Grease dedication and quality testing
  • Sealant dedication and quality testing
  • Embrittlement metals analysis
  • Grease troubleshooting & Bearing Failure Analysis
  • System lubricant analysis – fuels, oils, greases
  • Grease test packages newly routinized
  • SGS provides one-stop analysis for multi-component lubricant analysis 
  • Grease Thief® technology for obtaining small, representative samples for routine analysis.
  • Oil and Grease Compatibility Studies
  • Forensic Analysis
  • Unknown residue analysis
  • Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis
  • Filter Debris Analysis – fuel, oils

NUPIC Members include all domestic U.S. nuclear utilities, and several international members. The NUPIC Organization strives to improve the supplier assurance processes through cooperative efforts, while minimizing utility O & M costs and improving plant performance.The SGS Vallejo Oil Condition Monitoring laboratory is formerly known as Herguth Laboratories.