ANAC stands for ANAlysis Compared, a service that lets customers understand the condition of their vehicles and obtain diagnoses of problems before they happen.

Understanding what’s happening inside a vehicle isn’t simple, requiring extensive mechanical diagnosis, plenty of degreasing and all the associated downtime. Spanning buses, coaches, HGVs, lorries, light aircraft, planes and helicopters, Total ANAC eliminates these issues, allowing vehicle owners to gain a vehicular health check that tells them exactly what’s happening in their engines.

 

Compare your engine wear

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Identify vehicles in which running costs can be reduced using the diagnosis report. This measures the wear coefficient of the engine compared to all identical ones in our database.

Early detection

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Detect vehicle engine problems as soon as they appear and prioritise those that need urgent attention with our colour-coded diagnosis report.

Feedback to help you succeed

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Discover suggested corrective actions and their probability of success based on statistical analysis of customer feedback.

 

 

 

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How does Total ANAC benefit fleets?

Total ANAC offers a host of benefits for fleet operators looking to improve the performance and efficiency of their vehicles:

  •  Reduces fleet operating costs
  •  Anticipates and helps plans maintenance schedules
  •  Increases the lifespan of vehicles
  •  Improves the reliability and performance of fleets
  •  Optimises oil change frequencies

 

How does Total ANAC work?

Simple and quick, Total ANAC saves users time:

  •  Send Total ANAC samples of in-use lubricants from your vehicles
  •  We analyse them using cutting-edge techniques
  •  We compare our findings with our extensive database
  •  We send you the results and recommendations within 48 hours

 

Using the most advanced equipment and techniques, ANAC specialists have over 45 years of experience analysing oils and greases globally. Since its introduction, Total ANAC has performed over 5,000,000 diagnoses – 250,000 per year – and during this time over 500,000 mechanical units have been monitored. To find out more, contact the team today, or view the Total range of automotive lubricants.