When a Pump Fails, the Whole System Fails: Hydraulic Pump Reliability

Posted by Jim Harlan on Tue, Feb. 21, 2017

The Problem: Hydraulic Pump Failure 

Pumps are the heart of hydraulic systems. When the pump fails, the entire system is down until the pump is operational again. This poses a serious threat to any operation relying on hydraulic systems for productivity.

Recently, a hydraulic valve manufacturer was losing 25 pumps a year on their centralized hydraulic system at a cost of $2,440 each -- and that’s only the pump cost. When you account for maintenance resources, lost oil and lost production, each failure costs ~$25,320.

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Topics: hydraulic fluid, ISO 4406, breathers, case study, hydraulic pump

  

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