Solving Fuel & Oil Contamination Challenges
We Solve Real Problems
Every application is unique in its operations and filtration needs. Downtime costs can be crippling, ranging from $500 per hour per rig for an oil drilling company to $150,000 per hour for a gold mine. Equipment repair costs can add up to $50,000 on top of those lost production figures.
& Resulting Loss of Production
Repair & Replacement
Minimize Total Cost of Ownership
Construction machinery is built to withstand the harshest of conditions. To avoid downtime, these machines should be maintained in the best way possible. Extreme and harsh working conditions ask for extreme performance of your equipment. Preventive measurements need to be taken to minimize downtime and save on operating costs.
Harsh conditions cause high contamination in equipment fuel tanks. Due to inefficient filtration, the fuel in these tanks is highly contaminated with dirt. Inevitably this has an effect on the machinery potentially causing serious damage to the engine and plugging engine filters prematurely.
Public transport is very important to keep modern society going. Lots of people rely on it to travel, go to work or for day-to-day activities. Especially in urban areas each minute of delay has an immediate effect on the life of dozens or hundreds of people. The image of public transport gets seriously affected when busses don’t show up on time.
Oil Drilling Rigs
In an oil driven world, every drop counts. Each second of downtime during the oil production process, comes with an enormous cost. Our solutions make sure the on-site diesel powered generators and equipment is protected against contaminated fuel, which causes serious downtime.
Diesel powered short and long-term efficient and cost-effective temporary power solutions across a wide range of industries mandates highest level of preventive maintenance to eliminate unexpected breakdowns and ensure optimum performance.
One of the critical KPI’s (key performance indicators) is productivity and this parameter is directly linked to the swift manner of loading and unloading vessels. Diesel powered equipment such as reach stackers, top-lift handlers, terminal tractors, straddle and shuttle carriers, plus all kind of harbor cranes have to perform to the maximum.
Modern Engines Demand Clean Fuel
Progressive introduction of increasingly stringent emission standards have resulted in sophisticated diesel engines that require cleaner fuel than ever before to operate efficiently, due to injection pressures of more than 30,000 PSI and extremely tight tolerances. In engines where precision is everything, you can’t risk the damage done by high-velocity microscopic contaminants. At 30,000 PSI (2000 BAR), every unfiltered particle acts almost like a tiny sandblaster, eroding the injector, creating inefficient spray- patterns and potentially over-fueling the engine. A fouled injector doesn’t spray fuel efficiently and may lead to improper idle, irregular fuel distribution, unsuitable exhaust emissions and poor fuel economy.