When New Oil Turns Dark

Posted by Dustin Flynn on Fri, Mar. 16, 2018

Maintenance professionals who have implemented Oil Analysis Programs (OAP) into their Preventative Maintenance Program understand, at some point, it's going to happen, we don't know when, or where, but one day our new oil is going to start to turn...dark.

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Topics: thermal event, oil analysis

Why You Need to Care About Micro-Dieseling

Posted by Scott Howard on Mon, Jan. 27, 2014

Most people are familiar with diesel engines and how they work, which includes a rapid compression of air. When you inject a fuel source, it creates an explosion. Did you know that micro-dieseling is similar? A front-end loader that runs a diesel engine is a macro-level (or big picture) of what it does on the micro (or smaller) level in a hydraulic pump.

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Topics: diesel, thermal event, fuel, hydraulic oil, contaminination

Eliminating Filter Element Sparking

Posted by Jim Harlan on Mon, Aug. 12, 2013

Static electricity is an amazing thing. It can cause hairs to stand on end when rubbed with a balloon, which can cause it to then stick to a wall. (It’s a fun trick, especially for kids). Unfortunately, when it comes to interaction with filters, static can have devastating results.

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Topics: thermal event, varnish, SVR, NSD, filter elements

  

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