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Cost of Contamination

Our advanced capping method uses heat to shrink capsules onto cleaned hose and tube assemblies

80% of hydraulic failures come from contaminated oil. Dirty hoses and tubes are a major part of the problem. Today's hydraulic systems operate at higher speeds and are therefore vulnerable to lower levels of contamination. The financial costs from hydraulic failures and other contamination problems are much higher. This means that much more emphasis should be placed on prevention methods. Many other problems from hydraulic contamination can extend far beyond the financial expenses of a repair.

For instance, disregarding contamination can lead to:
Invisible declines in operating performance by as much as 20%. That's equivalent to losing one whole day of productivity per week.
Extended equipment downtime caused by labor intensive and outdated procedures
And an increase in repeat system failures caused by contamination