About Oil Filtration
For many customers oil filtration is a way to cut down on waste and reduce production costs.
SCL customers who require significant quantities of hydraulic oil often utilize in-line oil filtration services as a way to lower costs. On a per-gallon basis, filtering in-line products for contaminants can be significantly less expensive than purchasing newer virgin products. Customers in some sectors also take advantage of oil filtration to produce extremely clean products prior to interval services, lowering parts per million particulate matter in order to meet or exceed some OEM recommendations.
SCL experts can improve new and used hydraulic or turbine oils, and filter them on site, significantly reducing equipment downtime.
In addition to potentially lowering costs, oil filtration is a fairly convenient alternative when it comes to preventative maintenance servicing. SCL experts can improve new and used hydraulic or turbine oils, and filter them on site, significantly reducing equipment downtime. This practice also allows customers with specific particulate parts per million requirements to take new product and, in a sense, make it cleaner. In the end, it’s a tool that allows for customization, cost savings and waste reduction for the environmentally conscious.
Related Industry Sectors
SCL helps customers that manufacture parts for Boeing and a number of others that require the utmost in precision for every single product that comes off the line. To achieve that, we offer lubricants that help produce smooth finishes, and other products that maintain performance day after day, run after run.
Industrial food manufacturing
Whether you specialize in one-off, batch or mass production, in cold or room-temperature environments, SCL offers access to NSF-USDA approved products to ensure your equipment is running smoothly. Bottom line, our goal is to help you focus on filling orders and not fixing them.
Heavy equipment operators of Caterpillar, Komatsu, Case or Volvo are constantly pushing their iron to maximum capacity. These days, earthmovers need to maintain optimal efficiency under extreme conditions, which is why protecting every friction point is of the utmost importance.