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New Product: Varnish & Sludge Removal Filter System

December 10, 2010

Do you need to remove varnish from your hydraulic or lubrication system? Do you want to do it with the least amount of hassle? Check this out…

Varnish & Sludge Removal Filter System | Precision Filtration Products

Varnish Removal Filter System

Varnish (also known as lacquer, sludge, or tar) can be found in any lubrication or hydraulic system. This problematic condition is caused by dissolved and suspended oil degradation products. Lubricant sludge is a significant maintenance problem in many critical hydraulic oil and lubrication applications. Varnish can adversely affect systems such as gas turbines, paper machines, and compressors. It only takes a very small amount of sludge to keep a system from properly starting. This can even lead to a tripped unit in some cases.

So how do you prevent varnish or sludge from occurring? With a varnish removal system! Our newest available system uses a patented process called electro-physical separation, which utilizes a filter medium with oxidative stability. This special medium only removes the contaminants that cause varnish without disturbing the fluid’s additives.

Do you have a question about filters or filtration? Feel free to contact us anytime. Our friendly team of experts will be happy to help you out with your particular issue.

Until next time!

The Team at Precision Filtration Products

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