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December 01, 2021
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•  Minimizing Hydraulic Downtime with Proper Filtration
•  A Comprehensive Guide to Oil Sight Glasses
•  Controlling Oil Aeration and Foam
•  Lube Tip
•  Machinery Lubrication Magazine Archive
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Minimizing Hydraulic Downtime with Proper Filtration
Minimizing Hydraulic Downtime with Proper Filtration
Contamination is the cause of approximately 90% of all hydraulic system failures. If you can maintain desired cleanliness level and keep oil temperature controlled, then downtime can be kept to a minimum. The ideal oil temperature for an industrial hydraulic system is 120 F. If the temperature reaches 140 F, oil begins to break down. 
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A Comprehensive Guide to Oil Sight Glasses
A Comprehensive Guide to Oil Sight Glasses
Oil sight glasses work by giving you a real-time snapshot of the oil inside your machinery without having to shut anything down. This live inside look plays a critical role in condition monitoring and early detection.
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MLE Training Dec. 6
MLE Training Dec. 6
MLE training is broadcasting live from our in-person course on December 6 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Your last chance this year to get high-level lubrication engineering training either online or in person is right around the corner!
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Controlling Oil Aeration and Foam
Controlling Oil Aeration and Foam
Foam and air entrainment problems are quite common, but are traditionally hard to treat. Almost all lubricating oil systems contain some air. Air is found in four phases: free air, dissolved air, entrained air and foam. 
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Lube Tip
In bearing applications where high contamination levels are a concern, consider converting grease lubrication systems to oil mist lubrication. Oil mist systems are slightly pressurized, helping to exclude contaminants. Use a pure mist system for rolling element bearings and purge mist for gearboxes and journal bearings.
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