1964-01-01

Hydraulic Reservoir Design and Filtration 640178

Several simple devices can be incorporated into hydraulic reservoirs to improve system serviceability. These devices make possible the replacement of pumps, valves, strainers, and tank incorporated filters without tank drainage.
Filtration, when studied as a system process, has characteristics differing from oversimplified popular conceptions. Clean up of a system, even with high filtration rates, is seen, when monitored, to occur more slowly than preliminary analysis predicts.
The method for studying the filtration process has application in trouble shooting and determination of means of system improvement. Study of filtration indicates need for failure indicators made integrally as part of the system.

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