High Purity Systems


Targeting ISO Codes in Bulk Diesel Filtration

In a previous post, Condition Monitoring and Bulk Fuel Filtration, I discussed the importance of condition monitoring in bulk diesel fuel filtration applications.  I also explained ISO cleanliness codes and what they mean.  In the same post I discussed statistically why you should target a ISO cleanliness code than the code specified.  In this post I am focussing on targeting

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Magnetic Off-Line Filtration

Kidney Loop & Portable Filtration environmentally friendly filtration If you are in the business of honing or grinding ferrous material you already know how quickly solids can build up in the coolant.  Media filtration can be a very expensive proposition when it comes to keeping these fluids clean.  Media filtration can play a role in maintaining ultimately cleanliness.  However, magnetic filtration

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Condition Monitoring and Bulk Fuel Filtration

Bulk diesel fuel is common in mining, power generation, transportation, retail and back up generators used at data centers, hospitals and universities (just to name a few).  Global demand for diesel engines are projected to increase 7% in the next 2 years.  With that, Tier 4 High pressure Common Rail (HPCR) injection technology requires cleaner diesel fuel. So, what is clean

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New Gas Filtration Update

Filter Facts by TM Filtration The Filter housings are sized based on the gas flow rate. As the gas enters, the liquid molecules start to lose velocity and start bonding with other liquid molecules and this turns them into droplets. As the droplets become bigger and heavier, the droplets fall to the bottom of the filter. By the time the

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Diesel Fuel Filtration and Conditioning

It is widely understood that ultra low sulfur diesel is contributing to tank corrosion, filter plugging and increased wear to name a few.  According to the Battelle Memorial Institute Corrosion in Systems Storing and Dispensing Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD), Hypotheses Investigation, acetic acid, a product of aerobic bacteria, is most likely the cause of aggressive corrosion.  It is also

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