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Best Maintenance Practices for Control Fluid/FRF

Yogesh Kumar | BE Mechanical Engineer, Mobius
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This is the most common and dangerous contaminate which frequently dictated the service live of FRF fluid. Uncontrolled generation of acidic products are harmful to the life and performance of phosphate esters.

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Yogesh Kumar has over 11 years of experience in streamlining operations & maintenance, commissioning within Thermal Power Plants. He is an expert in implementing techniques/measures to reduce the O&M expenditures. He is a BE Mechanical Engineer with PGDip in Thermal Powerplants, a certified boiler operation engineer and an MLA level 2 (ICML).

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About the Author

Yogesh Kumar BE Mechanical Engineer, Mobius

Yogesh Kumar has over 11 years of experience in streamlining operations & maintenance, commissioning within Thermal Power Plants. He is an expert in implementing techniques/measures to reduce the O&M expenditures. He is a BE Mechanical Engineer with PGDip in Thermal Powerplants, a certified boiler operation engineer and an MLA level 2 (ICML).