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Keeping Clean in a Dirty Environment [Case Study]

By Aaron Hoeg on Fri, Feb. 08, 2013

dirty mining excavator

Mining is a dirty business, as you can imagine, and equipment used to aid in mining efforts is not immune to the filth. Yet it is imperative to keep fluid clean. Not only will it save time and money, it lessens the amount of downtime for repairs, which is always a great goal.

Topics: contamination case study hydraulic
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Hydraulic and Lubrication Filter Types and Locations

By Aaron Hoeg on Thu, Jan. 31, 2013

water

Selecting the right filter can improve the reliability of a system and eliminate failure. With so many options available, we understand how difficult it can be to choose just the right one. Let’s take a look at some of the hydraulic and lubrication filter types and where/how they are predominantly used to help you make the best choice for your filtration needs.

Topics: offline filtration duplex low-pressure hydraulic duplex high-pressure filter elements lube oil
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What Are the Causes of Varnish in Hydraulic Oil?

By Aaron Hoeg on Wed, Nov. 07, 2012

The Problem of Varnish Contamination 

Varnish contamination is the inevitable byproduct of many degradation processes in hydraulic and lubrication systems. The effects of varnish on industrial and manufacturing systems range from the nuisance of minor downtime and routine maintenance to, worst case scenarios, multi-million dollar catastrophic failures of major capital equipment. 

Topics: contamination varnish SVR hydraulic turbine oil

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