After contamination is found in your hydraulic system, how are you supposed to decontaminate it? The simple answer is time and money. Once a system gets contaminated, it gets costly. When a system goes down, costs skyrocket. On one system, production time was worth $2,400 a minute when it was down — and it was down for 32 hours. That was enough … [Read More...]
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