Phosphate Ester Acid Remediation

Posted by Scott Howard on Mon, Jan. 20, 2014

Phosphate ester hydraulic fluid has a tendency to become very acidic. As we’ve discussed previously, this acid can cause damage to seals throughout the system and lead to electrokinetic wear (and failure) in valves.

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Topics: hydraulic fluid, water, Phosphate Ester, EHC, contaminination, ICB, acid

Unmanaged Phosphate Ester: What Really Happens

Posted by Jim Harlan on Mon, Nov. 11, 2013

If you deal with phosphate ester (PE) based hydraulic and lubricating fluids, then you likely understand how important it is it to keep it under control. Millions of dollars and thousands of downtime hours are wasted each year by power plants, military and industrial users who need solutions to properly maintain PE fluids. If they're not managed, major damage can take place to your equipment and to your fluids. Let's take a look at what really happens when phosphate ester is out of control.

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Topics: hydraulic fluid, Phosphate Ester, EHC, acid

Real Solutions to Bringing Phosphate Ester Under Control

Posted by Scott Howard on Mon, Oct. 14, 2013

If controlling phosphate ester seems about as elusive as lassoing a bucking bronco, then you've come to the right place. Put on your cowboy hat and let's talk about real solutions to getting it under control.

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Topics: water, Water Contamination, Phosphate Ester, EHC, contaminination, acid

How to Keep Your Diesel Clean

Posted 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? 

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Topics: EHC, diesel, coalesce technology, cleanliness, ICB

  

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