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Common Questions Relating to Water in Hydraulic Oil:-
What happens if water gets in hydraulic oil?
Reduced lubrication film-strength which leaves critical surfaces vulnerable to wear & corrosion, ultimately leading to pump & valve failures, excessive filter usage or increased downtime.
What are the symptions of water in hydraulic systems?
Signs of water contamination may include a milky or discoloured appearance, increased foaming or reduced viscosity.
How much water is acceptable in hydraulic oil?
Above a concentration of 0.12% the oil becomes saturated & should be treated with a vacuum dehydrator or replace the oil.
Can you filter water out of hydraulic oil?
The most effective way to achieve this is to use a vacuum dehydration unit.