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A gear machining company was noticing fine swarf, metal machine chips and particles in its oil, resulting in tool wear, frequent cleaning of sumps and reduced machine production. This white paper will explain how a filtration system was used to quickly clean the oil to a like new condition, improve the finish on parts and reduce oil consumption and downtime with a return on investment of less than two years.
Today’s hotter running engines present new challenges for an engine oil’s oxidation performance. Engine oil must provide better oxidation stability to withstand the increased stress placed on engines. Strong oxidation performance is critical to durability, longer oil drains, deposit control and oil consumption. This white paper explains how the chemical composition of base oils can have significant impact on meeting the new oxidation standards in the Mack T-13 test.
Industrial manufacturing processes can be extremely sensitive to the presence of contaminants. It’s important to monitor the condition of your fluid in order to meet cleanliness standards and avoid potential critical system failures. However, conventional bottle sampling methods are time consuming and subject to human error. In this paper we examine the various steps in the conventional bottle sampling process, as well as the advantages of upgrading to an online approach.
Precision alignment is an essential part of a proactive reliability program as it can eliminate many machine failures and defects. This Infographic outlines an easy and effective way to align your belt-driven equipment. Download your copy now!

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