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Expanding the distribution of our Podcast; Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and PodBean

By Hy-Pro Marketing on Tue, Oct. 12, 2021

Hy-Pro's Factoryside Chat is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Podbean.

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Getting to Know Demulsibility

By Brad Bainbridge on Thu, Mar. 25, 2021

Demulsibility

What is Demulsibility?

Demulsibility is the ability of oil to separate from water. Oil and water naturally separate because like molecules attract each other. Oil sticks with oil, water sticks with water. Oil is "hydrophobic", or "afraid of water," which is a benefit when it comes to fluids like turbine oil. 

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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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Turbine Lube Oil Varnish and Removal Strategies: Part 4 of 4

By Brad Bainbridge on Wed, Nov. 05, 2014

Combined Cycle Journal recently published an article on turbine lube oil varnish written by Peter Dufresne Jr. and his team at EPT. We’ve divided the article into four blogs to make it easier to digest -- click here to find parts onetwo and three


Topics: case study varnish SVR hydraulic oil contaminination lube oil turbine oil
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Turbine Lube Oil Varnish and Removal Strategies: Part 3 of 4

By Brad Bainbridge on Mon, Aug. 04, 2014

Combined Cycle Journal recently published an article on turbine lube oil varnish written by Peter Dufresne Jr. and his team at EPT. We’ve divided the article into four blogs to make it easier to digest -- click here to find parts onetwo and four


Topics: varnish SVR hydraulic oil contaminination lube oil turbine oil
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Turbine Lube Oil Varnish and Removal Strategies: Part 2 of 4

By Brad Bainbridge on Tue, Jul. 29, 2014

Combined Cycle Journal recently published an article on turbine lube oil varnish written by Peter Dufresne Jr. and his team at EPT. We’ve divided the article into four blogs to make it easier to digest -- click here to find parts onethree and four


Topics: varnish SVR hydraulic oil contaminination lube oil turbine oil
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Turbine Lube Oil Varnish and Removal Strategies: Part 1 of 4

By Brad Bainbridge on Tue, Jul. 22, 2014

Topics: varnish SVR hydraulic oil contaminination lube oil turbine oil
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How to Change Out a Filter Element

By Brad Bainbridge on Wed, Jun. 11, 2014

Changing a filter element can cause massive contamination ingression if the proper precautions are not taken and the proper procedures followed. We have compiled a step-by-step guide to minimize contamination ingression while changing out elements. Check out how to change out a filter element below 

Topics: contaminination filter elements
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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
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Diesel Fuel Filtration 101

By Brad Bainbridge on Wed, Apr. 02, 2014

Reduce unplanned downtime and maximize the fuel efficiency of your diesel engines

Diesel engines are widely used today. You can find them inside buses and tractor trailers traveling our roads, humming along in construction equipment and drill rigs, submerged in marine environments and helping save lives in hospital generators, amongst many other applications. Diesel engines are popular for good reason. Not only do they have cleaner exhaust emissions, they are also known for more reliable starts in extreme temperatures.

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