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THE CORPORATE WORLDWIDE LUBE OIL DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM OF TOTAL

ANAC is the abbreviation for ANAlysis Compared. Through its expertise, Total provides a full range of lube oil analysis adapted for any automotive and industrial application. From a simple oil sampling, TOTAL ANAC establishes a thorough diagnosis of all mechanical parts (engine, transmissions, hydraulics) of your equipment without disassembly constraint.

A LUBE OIL DIAGNOSIS SERVICE, UNLIKE ANY OTHER

  • Automotive : Public works/ Mining , Transport of freight or passengers, Truck retailers, Agriculture, Inland Marine.
  • Industry : Automotive manufacturing, Aviation, Chemical, Cement, Energy production, Food, Metalworking, Paper, Steel Industry, Textiles, Wood.

MORE THAN 45 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN OIL DIAGNOSIS

ANAC today combines the expertise of 3 companies which merged ( in 2000) into the new Total group : the former Total ( TDL) , Fina ( FinaCheck) and Elf ( Anac- Diagoparc-Lubiana). The technical knowledge on engine wear behaviour and oil/ cooling liquid residual quality was combined in one central database, now used by the central European oil analysis laboratory in Ertvelde ( Belgium) as well as by the worldwide network of overseas Anac “Weblink” oil analysis labs.

Today ANAC is an important tool for Total customers worldwide, helping them to make considerable savings on the exploitation of their vehicle and/or machine park. Due to the enormous amount of data stored in the database, ANAC became a partner of the R&D dept. of many manufacturers.

ANAC KEY FIGURES:

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    More than 10 000 customers worldwide
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    More than 7 million oil samples analysed
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    Active in 100 countries
  • Reports available in 19 languages
  • Laboratories :
    • 1 main European ANAC centre in Ertvelde, Belgium which also hosts the worldwide database
    • A network of overseas « Weblink » local laboratories for used oil analysis connected to the central database.
  • Case studies prove financial returns of the ANAC oil analysis use of at least 10 on 1.
  • Used by a growing number of heavy duty manufacturers (HITACHI , Daimler, DAF, VOLVO, RENAULT TRUCKS , JCB, DEUTZ,…) for the monitoring of vehicles on extended warranty or maintenance contracts.