Dynafuzz stainless fiber media element upgrades are impervious to strong acids that can form in phosphate ester fluids and compromise glass media integrity. Ideal for steam turbine EHC systems that have had problems with media migrations.
ECR electrostatic removes submicron particles created by thermal degradation in hydraulic or lube oil. Ideal for steam turbine EHC systems with dark fluid.
Ideal for Maintenance of Steam Turbine EHC Fire Resistant Fluids
ICB acid scavenging elements featuring EPT media technology are critical to maintaining low acid number and removing dissolved metals added to fluid by other acid removal technologies that lead to gels & deposits and poor air release properties.
Filter element spark discharge is a recognized cause of fluid degradation in hydraulic and lube oil systems creating soluble by-products and sub-micron carbon particles that deplete additives, cause fluid darkening and lead to varnish deposits. Hy-Pro NSD (Non Spark Discharge) elements are the solution.
TMR introduces air with 150°F dew point suppression into reservoir headspace to maintain water levels < 300 ppm in EHC reservoir phosphate ester (to 1,000 gal / 3,750 liter reservoirs).
TMRN2 is an active breather system that maintains the air in the headspace that continuously introduces clean dry Nitrogen.As the dry N2 transfers through the headspace at RH < 1% the oil gives up its water striving to achieve equilibrium with the dry Nitrogen in the headspace.
Nitrogen is an inert gas so it will also removecombustible gases (ie CO2, C2H2, CO, C2H4, C2H6, CH4, H2) from the oil to reduce oxidation and fluid breakdown.
Varnish potential test kits are available as VFTK (field portable) and VLTK (on-site lab). Both VFTK & VLTK yield Membrane Patch Colorimetric for lube oil varnish potential (MPC ΔE) per ASTM D02.C0.01 WK13070.