CTSB oil flushing team can remove harmful contaminants and keep your new rotating and hydraulic equipment operating at peak performance; significantly reducing the potential for premature failure.
Contaminants such as water, rust, loose scale, weld slag, sand, dirt, and oils are removed from the system with a proper pre-operational cleaning, reducing the wear, scoring and damage bearings, control valves, instrumentation and critical operating system are subjected to insoluble particles can become trapped in the bearings can be less than a micron, so it is imperative to remove particulate from lubrication systems down to a microscopic level. The cleaning process is conducted in three stages:
1. Removal of oils and varnishes
2. Velocity flushing to remove debris
3. Introduction & filtration of the lubrication oil
It is not unusual for the actual system oil to contain significant particulate which must also be removed to prevent damage to the operating equipment For this reason, any oil introduced into the system after flushing must be filtered to a stringent specification detectedby the equipment vendor.