Save Time & Money
Why spend time and money to change you’re your oil, when a quick Lubricheck test may show your oil is still in great shape?
'Blood Test' Your Engine
Your engine oil can help identify engine problems early. Lubricheck will react to ‘wear metals’, anti freeze and other contamination in your oil. read more
Reduce Oil Waste
» What is Lubricheck?
Works on Diesel and gas engines, and on most synthetic and standard oil*.
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» Does Lubricheck Work?
I've received my Lubricheck unit today and it arrived perfectly. I own a 2010 Ford Fusion SEL V6 that is receiving Castrol's Magnatec 5w30 A5 in its "veins". If it wasn't for your great product I'd change that oil + filter pretty soon (only drove 5000 km, but 5 months went by), however Lubricheck gave it a #3 green LED (followed the instructions step-by-step) - so it seems I'll start saving some good bucks!
I'll show it to my friends and help spread the word on social media, so hopefully you'll get some more customers from this "republic of bananas"... :)
Thank you very much, best regards!
"Overall, the little plastic device impressed us, and it appears to provide consumers the information they need to extend oil change intervals." - Autoblog.com
"Thank you for the Lubricheck tester I received today. I just checked 23 engines today and found many of the engines that I was ready to change oil in still had good oil. Thanks so much for your product." - Farmer and Lubricheck customer
"This great little device has already saved me a lot of money. I have 5 portable generators that are used constantly, plus my motorcycle, truck, and wife's car, and the only one that 'needs' an oil change is my truck even though they are all heading into their service time. A great product, KUDOS " - Mark in Australia
The Lubricheck oil tester relies on comparing the dielectric constant to that of a new engine oil. The dielectric constant is a value that has been used in the industrial world for decades to determine even small changes in a lubricant's conductivity and is considered an integral part of transformer oil condition testing.
When used to monitor engine oils, the dielectric value is particularly sensitive to the unique conditions posed on an oil by any engine, gas or diesel. Changes in the lubricant that might affect the dielectric value include- oil oxidation (lubricant degradation), moisture contamination, glycol contamination, fuel contamination, and wear debris from pistons, rings, and bearings.
The Lubricheck is by far the most cost effective tool on the market today to determine if an engine oil is still suitable for use. The ease of testing and overall accuracy of the unit is something that even the novice automobile owner can wrap their hand around."
Matt Spurlock, Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional, CLS, CMRP, CRL