Cleaning Energy Oils

High purity class of used oil – a common requirement of modern hydraulic and lubrication systems. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of novelist on most websites. However, not all suppliers of oil to provide the proper level of cleanliness, and this leads to the need produce additional cleaning before use. Here are the middle classes purity of oils from different sources: fresh oil from a tanker: 16 cl. gost 17216-2001; iso 23/21/18; fresh oil from a standard barrel: 13 cl. gost 17216-2001; iso 20/18/15; fresh oil from sealed cans: 11 cl.

gost 17216-2001; iso 18/16/13; requirement for modern systems: 8-9 cells. gost 17216-2001; iso 16/14/11. Comparative data show that the purchaser is an urgent need to bring the oil to the required operational performance, as even minor contamination (5-15 microns) lead to increased wear of hydraulic components and internal leaks, failures in governance and jamming the valves. Major pollution – more than 15 microns – could provoke a sudden failure of hydraulic components. In addition to mechanical contamination, a particular danger is the presence of water in oil – it is a consequence of corrosion and rapid wear of the hydraulic elements, as well as accelerated aging oil. However, this is not a problem, since there are high-performance fixed and mobile filter systems that enable you to clean up any oil the required purity grade. This helps prevent up to 90% of the costs associated with the poor condition of the working fluid, and significantly reduce downtime. Mobile filtration system allow for cleaning oil while filling the tank, rinsing it during start-up, as well as a continuous circular filtering and removing water from oil. Very well, where mobile units are equipped with filter elements of high dirt holding capacity, so as it helps reduce maintenance costs. Stationary filtration system is carried out continuously removing water and the continuous line filtration of hydraulic fluids.