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MOA Instrumentation, Inc.
Optical Emission Spectrometry
for Rapid Oil and Fuel Analysis

aviation

Aviation

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Multielement elemental analysis for aviation and aerospace

Routine oil analysis has been a standard practice for aircraft engines and other airborne oil-wetted systems, such as hydraulic systems and gear boxes. While military organizations are perhaps the number one users of oil analysis, commercial aviation too has a long history of oil analysis as part of their preventive maintenance programs. Many major airlines around the world do their own oil analysis, but independent commercial oil laboratories are often employed by smaller or regional airlines. General aviation also uses oil analysis to look for contamination or the excessive presence of wear metals.

MOA II Plus

MOA II Plus

MOA II Plus meets the performance requirements of U.S. DOD specifi-cation MIL-S-83129A as well as T.O. 33-1-37-3, TM 38-301-3 and NAVAIR 17-15-50.3 monitoring programs.

MOA III

New! MOA III meets the performance requirements of U.S. DOD specification MIL-S-83129A as well as T.O. 33-1-37-3, TM 38-301-3 and NAVAIR 17-15-50.3 monitoring.

LabSpeed™

Results analysis software provides a common platform for charting, reporting, exporting, monitoring, validating, sharing and analyzing MOA results.

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From parts for your system, repair, installation or providing expert technical support, MOA places the highest priority on customer service.