Most power producers recognize the importance of clean fluids, and have active programs to perform oil analysis and prevent contamination. Despite the level of education in this industry and the attentiveness of personnel, the same problems recur. Typical issues include:

• High temperatures lead to coking of oil and thermal failure on gas turbines

• Sticky control valves on steam turbines

• Contamination of expensive phosphate ester fluids on EHC systems

• Buildup of varnish and extreme wear of bearings

• Buildup of sludge inside turbine and caking of sludge in fluid reservoirs

• High costs and maintenance headaches of centrifugal purification systems

ISOPur has successfully demonstrated its advanced sub-micron purification systems with many power producers. Read the following case study to see how ISOPur BCA achieved success in several gas and steam turbine applications.

Steam Turbine Case Study (pdf format - download Acrobat reader free here.)

"Since the ISOPur Systems were installed five years ago,
we have had no oil-related issues whatsoever."

- Plant Manager of a major co-generation power plant

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