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Filtration Master Catalog Technical Catalog

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Fluid Analysis Fluid Analysis Flows to: 1300 L/min (343 USgpm) Pressures to: 25 bar (360psi) Elements: V209...series Flows to: 630 L/min (160 USgpm) Pressures to: 10 bar (150 psi) Elements: VDT...series Filters out moisture and particles, ideal for mobile applications Return Line Filters HV3R Series Return Line Flows to: 280 L/min (75 USgpm) Pressures to: 50 bar (725 psi) Elements: V3R...series HV6R Series Return Line Flows to: 1,700 L/min (450 USgpm) Pressures to: 25 bar (350 psi) Elements: V041...series Flows to: 851 L/min (225 USgpm) Pressures to: 10 bar (145 psi) Elements: V209...series...

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Flows to: 130 L/min (35 USgpm) Pressures to: 35 bar (500 psi) Elements: V031...series OFRS 60 Series Spin-on Flows to: 100 L/min (25 USgpm) Pressures to: 100 bar (1,500 psi) Elements: VDP...series Flows to: 225 L/min (60 USgpm) Pressures to: 7 bar (100 psi) Elements: V021...series Flows to: 400 L/min (106 USgpm) Pressures to: 400 bar (5,800 psi) Elements: VDP...series HS22 Series Twin Spin-on Off-Line Filters Flows to: 450 L/min (120 USgpm) Pressures to: 14 bar (200 psi) Elements: V021...series EPHHF Eaton Portable Handheld Filter Flows to: 38 L/min (10 USgpm) Pressures to: 4 bar (65 psi)...

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Introduction to Eaton Filtration Fluid Power is one of the most reliable and repeatable forms of power and motion control. When problems are encountered, 80% of the time they are related to inadequate contamination control practices. Eaton has more than a 75-year history of dedication to helping engineers develop, operate and maintain reliable, high quality power and motion control systems. The systemic contamination control approach assures the user of the hydraulic system a cost effective approach to contamination control that allows the price of the filters and elements to be quickly...

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Introduction to Eaton Filtration Contaminated New Oil Although hydraulic and lubrication fluids are refined and blended under relatively clean conditions, the fluid travels through many hoses and pipes before it is stored in drums or in a bulk tank at the user’s facility. At this point, the fluid is no longer clean as the fluid lines it has traveled through have contributed metal and rubber particles, and the drums have added flakes of metal or scale. Storage tanks are a real problem because water condenses in them causing rust particles. Contamination from the atmosphere can be metal,...

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Introduction to Eaton Filtration Filter Element Initial Efficiency The international standard for rating the efficiency of a hydraulic or lubrication filter is the Multipass Filter Performance Beta Test (ISO 16889). The results of this test are reported as a ratio of number of particles greater than a designated size upstream of the test filter compared with the number of same size particles downstream of the test filter. These results are then expressed as a Beta ratio. Most Eaton™ filters are rated at Beta x(c)=1000. See individual filter “Features and Benefits” for more detail. BETA...

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Introduction to Eaton Filtration indicators are designed to indicate at a pressure drop 20% below the bypass setting which equates to 95% of the element’s service life. This indication before bypass feature was incorporated to allow safe operation of the machine until the next shift change or convenient maintenance opportunity. In poorly supported elements, changes in flow and pressure drop cause the sides of element corrugations to flex and the root to stretch, giving rise to fatigue stresses. Dirt capacity is also lost as areas of the medium have no flow. Eaton doc. 561, page 21...

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Guide for Selecting Filters Target Cleanlines Using the Vickers Target Cleanliness Worksheet (#578), it is easy to determine the target ISO Cleanliness Level for a system. This target is based on the application’s components and system dynamics. Placement and Media Use the chart below to help select the appropriate filter placement and grade of media to acheive the target cleanliness level. For more detail, consult the Eaton Guide to Systemic Contaminaton Control, your Vickers representative, or the ANSI System Standards for Stationary Industrial Machinery. Filter Placement The chart below...

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Guide for Selecting Filters Surge Control H-Pak Construction Surge Control is used on systems where spikes and surges in the hydraulic system could prematurely trip the indicator. Surge controls slow the indicator response. If the indicator encounters a continuous high differential pressure, it will trip at the rated setting. For systems where a bypass valve is undesirable, such as servo systems, the H-Pak media provides high collapse rated housing pressures. H-Pak media construction utilizes 304 stainless steel inner and outer mesh support along with heavier core tubes and media support to...

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Eaton Fluid Power Training Learn from the Hydraulics Experts! Knowledge is power. And nowhere can your team strengthen its knowledge more effectively than through lessons learned in courses offered by Eaton Fluid Power Training. Participants in Eaton Fluid Power Training courses can save their company significant money by reducing unplanned downtime and maximizing the effectiveness of planned downtime. Each year more than 2,500 people attend training courses at Eaton training facilities in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, and Maumee, Ohio. Systemic Contamination Control Among Eaton Fluid Power...

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Fluid Analysis Eaton Fluid Analysis Service Critical Analysis Clear Benefits Eaton hydraulic components have a global reputation for quality, reliability and performance. That reputation is built on a tradition of customer service and we stand behind every one of our products. Fluid is the lifeblood of every hydraulic power system. To keep yours running efficiently and effectively, you need to know what’s in it. What you don’t know can hurt you. We offer testing designed to tell you the most about your hydraulic fluid. We use sophisticated computer programs and laboratory diagnostic...

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