Evaluation

MOTORcheckUP
EVALUATION

After applying a drop of oil to the test paper, you will see a picture
with up to 4 circles based on the chromatographic effect.

MOTORcheckUP
EVALUATION

After applying a drop of oil to the test paper, you will see a picture
with up to 4 circles based on the chromatographic effect.

As motor oil is sluggish, the so-called development process will take some time. Depending on the age of the oil, the final result will take between 1.5 and 8 hours. It is best to leave the test result overnight and then compare it with the reference pictures from the TÜV.

To make it easier, each test set contains the pictured template for evaluation of the test results.

Always proceed step by step. Compare as you go, from the inner circle to the outer circle.

The Inner Circle

Shows whether the oil has been contaminated by small particles – for example, exhaust particles, grime, dust, abrasions or other substances.

The Second Circle

shows whether the oil is still OK. Compare the coloration of the oil.

Benzin condition

The Jagged Circle

Water in the oil forms defined peaks in the outer areas, whereas coolant forms a yellow ring around the jagged circle.

Benzin water

The Fuel Circle

Hold the test paper facing towards the light. The larger the transparent ring around the outside, the more fuel there is in the oil.

Benzin fuel

The Inner Circle

shows whether the oil has been contaminated by small particles – for example, exhaust particles, grime, dust, abrasions or other substances.

The Second Circle

Shows whether the oil is still OK. Compare the coloration of the oil.

The Jagged Circle

Water in the oil forms defined peaks in the outer areas, whereas coolant forms a yellow ring around the jagged circle.

The Fuel Circle

Hold the test paper facing towards the light. The larger the transparent ring around the outside, the more fuel there is in the oil.

 

Training of the evaluation!

You can train the evaluation for motor, brake, power steering and gearbox on some selected examples at www.motorcheckup.de   
A helpful and simple learning system for your safety.

As motor oil is sluggish, the so-called development process will take some time. Depending on the age of the oil, the final result will take between 1.5 and 8 hours. It is best to leave the test result overnight and then compare it with the reference pictures from the TÜV.

To make it easier, each test set contains the pictured template for evaluation of the test results.

Always proceed step by step. Compare as you go, from the inner circle to the outer circle.

The Inner Circle

Shows whether the oil has been contaminated by small particles – for example, exhaust particles, grime, dust, abrasions or other substances.

The Second Circle

shows whether the oil is still OK. Compare the coloration of the oil.

Benzin condition

The Jagged Circle

Water in the oil forms defined peaks in the outer areas, whereas coolant forms a yellow ring around the jagged circle.

Benzin water

The Fuel Circle

Hold the test paper facing towards the light. The larger the transparent ring around the outside, the more fuel there is in the oil.

Benzin fuel

The Inner Circle

shows whether the oil has been contaminated by small particles – for example, exhaust particles, grime, dust, abrasions or other substances.

Benzin deposits

The Second Circle

Shows whether the oil is still OK. Compare the coloration of the oil.

Benzin condition

The Jagged Circle

Water in the oil forms defined peaks in the outer areas, whereas coolant forms a yellow ring around the jagged circle.

Benzin water

The Fuel Circle

Hold the test paper facing towards the light. The larger the transparent ring around the outside, the more fuel there is in the oil.

 

Benzin fuel

Training of the evaluation!

You can train the evaluation for motor, brake, power steering and gearbox on some selected examples at www.motorcheckup.de   
A helpful and simple learning system for your safety.