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What does TBN stand for?

TBN stands for Total Base Number (oil sampling)

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Some of the physicochemical properties of a lubricating oil and their test methods in line with American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM) include kinematic viscosity(ASTM D445), Flash point (ASTM D87), Total base number (ASTM D4739) and specific gravity at 15[degrees]C (ASTM D1298)Among others, viscosity is the most important analysis carried out on lubricating oil.
This multi-stage system continuously cleans the lubricating oil by removing solid contaminants to below one micron in size as well as harmful liquid and gaseous contaminants and replaces the base additives in motor oil to maintain the proper total base number (TBN).
The puraDYN(R) bypass oil filtration systems work with the full flow filter to reduce solid contaminants in engine oil to below one micron with the use of its patent-pending CGP(R) filter element; to evaporate harmful gaseous contaminants; and to replenish the base additives so as to maintain the proper total base number (TBN) and viscosity of the oil.
The puraDYN(R) bypass oil filtration systems work with the full-flow filter to reduce solid contaminants in engine oil to below one micron with the use of its patent-pending CGP(R) filter element; to evaporate harmful gaseous contaminants; and to replenish the base additives so as to maintain the proper total base number (TBN) and viscosity of the oil.
The puraDYN(R) bypass oil filtration systems work with the full flow filter to reduce solid contaminants in engine oil to below one micron with the use of its patent-pending CGP(R) filter element; to evaporate harmful gaseous contaminants; and to replenish the base additives so as to maintain the proper total base number (TBN) and viscosity of the oil.