Hydraulic Filtration

Bunker Quality: Why Changes to ISO 8217 Increase the Need for Condition Monitoring

Compared to their land equivalents, marine engines have to shoulder a much heavier burden. With highly capricious and volatile weather that can vary from Arctic cold to equatorial heat, the...
On April 12, 2016

Rising Tide of Clean Power

Rising tide of clean power. Gearbox lubrication and thorough sealing of equipment in the Atlantis project. Turning on the lights is taken for granted by most, yet with a quarter of...
On April 12, 2016

In Oil and Gas, Condition Monitoring Curtails Costly Downtime to Drive Profitability

The global oil and gas industry is a highly competitive market in which companies must be willing to adopt cutting-edge technologies to get the most out of oil reserves, keep their operations...
On April 6, 2016

Fuel Switching: Monitoring to Prevent Damage

As of January 2015, ships working in emission control areas (ECAs) have been obliged to comply with the 0.1% sulphur content for fuels. With the ECA limits on sulphur now in much wider use, more ships...
On December 31, 2015

Clean Hydraulic Fluids Are the Key to Top Performance

For optimum renewable energy performance, power generation equipment including transmissions, EHC drives, turbines, and transformers depend on clean hydraulic fluids and oil. When a hydraulic system...
On December 8, 2014

Optimising Feed Rate in the Fight Against Cold Corrosion

Cold corrosion is an unintended consequence of progress. Longer piston strokes in new generation, fuel-efficient engines bring a change in operating conditions within the cylinder liner resulting in a...
On November 5, 2014

Innovative New Fluid Purifier Saves Time, Money in Hydroelectric Plants

Fluid purification is an essential task at hydroelectric dams. Water, entrained air and gases and solid particulates often contaminate turbine oil and hydraulic fluid and must be removed on a regular...
On July 23, 2014