Filtering new and used oil prolongs oil life and protects equipment from wear.
Studies have shown that as much as 70% of all premature machine failures can be attributed to contamination. To prevent these failures, it is important to purify the new oil as it comes into the facility and then keep it clean throughout its life. By establishing an ISO code cleanliness goal and maintaining it, you will extend the life of the oil and the equipment.
- Preston Rubottom
- Lubrication Engineers
Maintaining oil cleanliness is vital to the performance of lubricated equipment. Oil contamination accelerates the rate of component wear and leads to premature component failure. In a globally competitive market companies that can maintain machine reliability and uptime will be able to keep their costs at a more competitive level, see increased savings and run a greener operation. Discover how maintaining proper machine lubrication by reducing contamination and increasing oil cleanliness, through oil sampling, oil analysis, and filtering can help you achieve machine efficiency and improve your facility’s carbon footprint. Why? Efficient machines reduce your carbon footprint because they consume less energy and oil.
- Bernie Hall