Lubrication and condition monitoring specialists Techenomics is launching its first Mongolian laboratory this week, after the company’s Mongolian branch was officially registered and given approval to trade. The company is part of Techenomics International which has offices in Indonesia, China and Australia.
The new laboratory, which is in Ulaanbataar’s Chingeltei district, is fully fitted out and capable of conducting standard oil analyses. “This is a significant move forward for the company as it is the first laboratory in a new market that we have opened since the global financial crisis. It really shows the confidence the directors and shareholders have in our core business, oil analysis,” says Techenomics executive director Chris Adsett.
“The launch event will give current customers and potential customers the chance to see how the laboratory will operate and to meet the Techenomics Mongolia staff, including our brand ambassador Tuul Tomorok,” he says.
Techenomics will be providing resources to customers at the launch on October 11 in the form of a collection of technical papers recently presented at the Balikpapan condition monitoring conference. “The papers cover most aspects of Techenomics services from the value of oil analysis, to foam testing of lubricants and gear oils, fuel testing and conversion of waste oil into blasting fuel for paddock blasting.
“This collection is a great reference work for anybody interested in condition monitoring and will provide answers to many questions and can form the basis of training for young and even experienced maintenance planners and both fixed and mobile maintenance supervisors and managers,” says Chris Adsett.