The Kleenoil Filtration System is a multi-purpose fluid cleaning system, which is available in different models. The system can be used to clean most mineral oils such as hydraulic, gear and transmission oils, diesel type fuels and many soluble oils and fluids. In its static form, it can be permanently connected to large fluid reservoirs where the machines and engines are in constant use. As a mobile trolley it has a wide variety of applications, such as oil and fuel transfer and rotational cleaning of factory machinery.
Operating principle – In-depth filter:
The kleenoil Filter Cartridges are made of densely wound pure coniferous long fiber wood pulp paper and manufactured by kleenoil UK itself. The filter cartridges act both by “Absorption and Adsorption” in a continuous recycling process.
The long fiber of the paper attracts the water formed either through the combustion process or by condensation and absorb it like a sponge, at the same time rejecting the large oil molecules, which are forced to pass between the tight winding of the cartridges.
As the oil passes through the cartridge, minute carbon, wear metals and silicon are extracted from the oil by adhering to any of the surfaces of the filter – a process known as adsorption.
The filter cartridge has an additional “Polypropylene disc” at the bottom to remove any particle that may pass through- offering a second stage of filtration.
Are you experiencing any of the following problems with your water- glycol hydraulic fluid?
- Leaking seals ?
- Sticking valves ?
- Blocked orifices and ports ?
- Tramp oil ?
- Contamination of “new” water glycol hydraulic oil ?
Water Glycol Filtration System has many critical functions. The fluid is used to transmit power, lubricate, seal, and transfer heat. As it is used and reused, it begins to absorb contaminants such as chips, fines, tramp oil and bacteria. As these contaminants build up and pass through the hydraulic system, problems will start to arise. Valves and Seals will start to leak, ports will become blocked and components will fail. All of which will result in costly downtime and loss of productivity. The Water Glycol Filtration System keeps a check on the water content in the system.