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  • Nov 13, 2014
    Article

    Tried & True Ways of Dealing with Air in Hydraulic Fluid

    Symptoms typical of an aerated hydraulic system plagued the F-104 aircraft for years. Aeration was caused by system components with built-in chambers and passages where free air (bubbles) collected when system fluid was saturated or at rest with no pressure acting on the fluid....More
  • Apr 7, 2014
    blog

    Got varnish? We have answers

    Many of today's hydraulic systems contain insoluble contaminants, which are too small to be trapped by filters — and too small to be detected by particle counting. This varnish formation is a serious problem that degrades system operation....More
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