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Joint Oil Analysis Program Certified
Definition a facility certified to perform oil analysis for the U.S. military in accordance with Joint Oil Analysis Program (JOAP) regulations.  +
Defsource Aeronautical Information Feature Data Dictionary (AIFDD)  +
Note According to JOAP procedures the facility
According to JOAP procedures the facility must provide oil analysis support to the other services within its capabilities. The JOAP uses oil analysis as a maintenance diagnostic tool to determine the internal condition of aeronautical and non-aeronautical engines, transmissions, and gearboxes, and their oil-wetted components through the analysis of used lubricating oils, grease, and fluids. Its goal is flight safety, enhanced equipment readiness, reduced maintenance costs, and the extension of component life and determine the suitability of lubricants and fluids for continued use, resulting in savings and early detection of harmful conditions that, if not corrected, could promote premature component failure.
could promote premature component failure.  +
Synonym Joint Oil Analysis Program Certified +
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