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Dynamic Filter Efficiency

By Brad Bainbridge on Thu, Mar. 18, 2021

Dynamic Filter Efficiency

 

What is Dynamic Filter Efficiency?

Dynamic Filter Efficiency matches filter testing with real-life conditions. 

All hydraulic and lube systems have a critical contamination tolerance level that is often defined by, but not limited to, the most sensitive system component such as servo valves or high speed journal bearings. Defining the ISO fluid cleanliness code upper limit is a function of component sensitivity, safety, system criticality and ultimately getting the most our of hydraulic and lube assets. 

Topics: varnish in hydraulic oil vacuum dehydration mining fluid samples total systems cleanliness metal analysis coalesce technology cleanliness COD lube oil turbine oil glass media demulsibility servo valves
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Bearing and Component Life Extension

By Brad Bainbridge on Thu, Mar. 04, 2021

Extending Bearing and Component Life and Saving Money 

Improving fluid cleanliness means reduced downtime, more reliable equipment, longer fluid life, and fewer maintenance hours. In addition, it also means reduced component replacement and repair expenses. 

Topics: EHC hydraulic filters Gearbox filtration vacuum dehydration filter housing sizing oil darkening mining fluid samples filtration Fluid Analysis total systems cleanliness metal analysis fluid transfer fluid analysis guide coalesce technology filter cart gearbox indianapolis lube oil turbine oil demulsibility
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Understanding ISO Codes

By Brad Bainbridge on Thu, Feb. 25, 2021

ISO Cleanliness Codes Explained

The ISO Cleanliness Code (per ISO4406-1999) is used to quantify particulate contamination levels per milliliter of fluid at 3 sizes - 4µ, 6µ, and 14µ. It is expressed in 3 numbers (example 19/17/14) where each number represents a contaminant level code for the correlating particle size. The code includes all particles of the specified size and larger.Screen Shot 2021-02-23 at 2.50.37 PMIt is important to note that each time a code increases, the quantity range of particles is doubling. Inversely, as a code decreases by one the contaminant level is cut in half. 

Topics: hydraulic fluid dirt hydraulic filters Gearbox filtration vacuum dehydration filter housing sizing plastic injection molding manufacturer oil darkening mining fluid samples total systems cleanliness metal analysis filter performance paper mill fluid transfer filters hydraulic valve coalesce technology filter cart cleanliness COD hydraulic oil gearbox duplex high-pressure compressor filter elements lube oil turbine oil desiccant demulsibility
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Removing Water from Diesel; Hy-Pro's Coalescing Technology

By Brad Bainbridge on Wed, Mar. 25, 2020

In this Video we provide a brief description and demonstration of Hy-Pro's signature coalescing technology found in our FCLCOD and COT model lines.

Topics: filters coalesce technology fuel cleanliness COD video contaminination turbine oil
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[Video] Water Contamination and Removal Methods

By Scott Howard on Mon, Jun. 02, 2014

 

Do you know what the 3 different types of water contamination are? What about the 4 methods to remove water from your fluid? Watch our short video for a thorough explanation of each.
Water Contamination
Topics: hydraulic fluid water vacuum dehydrator coalesce technology headspace dryer video contaminination filter elements
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The Ins and Outs of Water Contamination

By Jim Harlan on Mon, Aug. 19, 2013

Moisture contamination is inherent in the world we live in. In fact, it's all around us; that's what makes it so difficult when it comes to keeping water out of your oil.

The level of water vapor in the air is known as humidity. For example, If there is 80% humidity, the air contains 80% of the total amount of water vapor it can hold at the given temperature. Thus, there's always an amount of water in the air.

Topics: water Water Contamination vacuum dehydrator coalesce technology headspace dryer contaminination VUD
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How to Keep Your Diesel Clean

By Jim Harlan on Fri, May. 17, 2013

We've all been there -- the power goes out and instant panic sets in. Until you remember that you have a backup generator for just this type of situation. You rely on that generator to run your servers, emergency equipment or entire facility. 

But if you haven't tended to the diesel fuel in your storage tank, it could easily be contaminated with water and particulate, causing failure and requiring expensive repairs. 

One way to keep your diesel clean and dry is to replace the fuel at a set interval. This will ensure that your generator has all it needs to function in case of an emergency; however, it can prove to be costly.

What if we told you that you didn't have to replace the diesel, even if it were contaminated? 

Topics: EHC diesel coalesce technology cleanliness ICB

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