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Introducing the New Hy-Pro Liquid Conditioning Station!

By Jim Harlan on Tue, Apr. 16, 2013

LCS1-656260-edited.jpgIn the past couple of blogs, we've been discussing how your brand new oil, the expensive oil you purchase for your expensive machinery, isn't actually that clean. At all. 

If you're interested, you can check out all the reasons new oil isn't clean, from the containers it's stored in to how it's transported, in Part 1 and Part 2. If you already know how dirty new oil is, then keep reading. 

We at Hy-Pro believe that new oil should actually be, well, both new and clean. That's why we are excited to introduce our brand new Liquid Conditioning Station

Topics: liquid conditioning station LCS
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How Clean is New Oil? - Part two

By Jim Harlan on Mon, Apr. 15, 2013

If you didn’t happen to catch last week’s blog or want to jog your memory, click here

Last week we discussed how new oil picks up contamination on its way to your facility. This week we’ll continue our investigation of how your new oil isn't really clean. Let's take a look at a three more reasons your new oil continues to be contaminated as it reaches your distributor.

Topics: contamination new oil liquid conditioning station LCS
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How Clean is New Oil? - Part 1

By Jim Harlan on Tue, Apr. 09, 2013


Lubricants and hydraulic oil have to go a long way to make it into your system, which means there's a high potential for it to pick up particulate and water at every step along the way.

Around here at Hy-Pro, we cringe when we think about that process and how our customers put that oil into their machines. We want you to be aware of the state of the oil that you're using, so let's take a look at three reasons why new oil does not mean CLEAN oil.

Topics: contamination new oil liquid conditioning station LCS


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