Oil contamination is a significant problem for several reasons:

Impact on Infrastructure: Oil contamination damages infrastructure like pipelines, tanks, and transportation systems, disrupting supply chains and raising maintenance costs. It also corrodes machinery, reducing lifespan and efficiency.


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  • Viscosity Changes:Hydraulic fluid viscosity is affected by temperature changes. Higher temperatures decrease viscosity, reducing system efficiency. Lower temperatures increase viscosity, affecting flow rates and system responsiveness.
  • Fluid Degradation:Elevated temperatures can cause hydraulic flui...
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  • Contaminant Removal: Hydraulic systems, operating under high pressure and precision, are susceptible to tiny particles. Filters act as the main defense against contaminants like dirt, debris, and metal particles that could enter the hydraulic fluid. Unchecked impurities can cause abrasion, wear, and...
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In hydraulic systems, grease plays a crucial and multifaceted role:

1. Friction Reduction:

Grease lubricants create a protective layer between moving parts, reducing friction and preventing wear. This is particularly important for hydraulic cylinders and other components that undergo repetitive motion...

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  • External Particulate Contamination: The contamination of hydraulic fluid can be primarily caused by external particulate matter. Through breather caps, seals, or damaged reservoirs, dust, dirt, and debris can infiltrate the hydraulic system.
  • Water Ingress: The use of contaminated hydraulic fluid...
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