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Introduction Maintaining clean oil is one of the best investments a company can make, yet contamination often remains an overlooked factor behind premature machinery failure and diminished lubricant...
By Jarrod Potteiger, Des-Case Corporation Introduction In the past decade the filter cart has gone from being a specialty item to being a standard lubrication tool for maintenance professionals. As...
Published in Tribology & Lubrication Technology, May 2004 by Dr. Neil Canter Introduction Particulate contamination in industrial machine lubricants such as compressor oils and hydraulic fluids...
Balanced charge purification removes particles of 1 micron size Published in Turbomachinery International, March/April 2004 by Gerald Munson, Chief Technology Officer, Isopur Fluid Technologies Inc....
Five inexpensive, simple things to boost lubricant life By Ray Thibault, LTC Consulting & Brian Gleason, Des-Case Corporation Introduction No one can deny that we are all affected by the economy...
By Jarrod Potteiger, Des-Case Corporation Introduction The methods by which lubricants are stored transferred and applied to machines play a large role in the success of a contamination control...
Des-Case® Hydroguard™ Overview Some of the more challenging environments to operate equipment involve constant high humidity or washdown areas. The need to consistently clean equipment (e.g. a food...
Des-Case® Standard Disposable Desiccant Breathers Des-Case desiccant breathers are designed to filter out two of the most harmful contaminants to today’s equipment – dirt and water. Multi-tiered...
By: Andy Sitton, Focus Laboratories and Jo Ameye, Fluidtec Abstract The topic of varnish in Turbine Oils is a very popular topic today. The changes in Gas Turbine designs over the last decade,...