Monthly Archives: April 2016

Magnom Magnetic Filtration, increases Power production, and extends transmission life.

 

Magnom Magnetic filtration has been used/proven to clean highly viscous lubricating fluids used in power transmissions in Major Power stations in Europe (particularly coal powered), to protect the highly stressed transmissions, running 24/7, and to extend their production life, while massively reducing maintenance and repair costs.

 

Power Station Transmission information 1

While the reduction in maintenance costs was highly attractive the the Power Gen users, it was the extended availability for the transmissions to produce valuable power that was/is the main driving force for the plant wide adoptions of Magnom magnetic filtration.

These Power Gen Applications have seen the same benefits realised in a wide variety of transmissions,
It begs the question… why would anyone use a size discriminate conventional filter, that requires replacing on a very regular basis, and also restricts the flow of the highly viscous lubricating oils, when almost all of the debris produced by these transmissions is Ferrous (Iron & steel), of a particle size that is very often much smaller than the rating of the conventional filtration typically fitted.

When a Magnom solution will hold up-to ’40 times the contaminant of conventional filters’ (size for size), is non restrictive, and is cleanable/re-usable

The case study information, and the end user experience is compelling,
Magnom Technology could just be the “Cure for death in transmissions”.

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Magnom Magnetic Filtration, increases productivity and extends transmission life for cement kiln drive transmissions.

 

Magnom Magnetic filtration has been used to clean highly viscous lubricating fluids used in kiln drive transmissions, to protect the highly stressed transmissions, running 24/7, and to extend their production life, while massively reducing maintenance and repair costs.

While the reduction in maintenance costs was highly attractive, it was the extended availability of the transmissions to produce valuable cement product that was/is the main driving force for these plants adoption of Magnom magnetic filtration.

The information in this document was provided by Rugby Cement Europe and Exxon Mobil (Dominica Republic).

The analysis report makes very compelling reading, and makes an extremely strong case foo wide adoption in transmissions generally.
Also the images provided by the end users remove any doubt as to the performance capability of Magnom Products, as well as the real life cash benefits available from its adoption.

Kiln Drive Transmission Information 1

These Kiln Drive applications have seen the same benefits realised in a wide variety of transmissions,
It begs the question… why would anyone use a size discriminate conventional filter, that requires replacing on a very regular basis, and also restricts the flow of the highly viscous lubricating oils, when almost all of the debris produced by these transmissions is Ferrous (Iron & steel), of a particle size that is very often much smaller than the rating of the conventional filtration typically fitted.

When a Magnom solution will hold up-to ’40 times the contaminant of conventional filters’ (size for size), is non restrictive, and is cleanable/re-usable

The case study information, and the end user experience is compelling (see Mobil Oil analysis),
Magnom Technology could just be the “Cure for death in transmissions”.

Please Note! The removal of the ‘super hard’ ‘super sharp’ and very small aggressive contaminants, from oils, breaks the chain reaction of wear, caused by their recirculation within the system, thus enabling the valuable oil/life blood in the system to perform to its optimum.

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Extending the Service Life of Wind Turbine Transmissions

COULD MAGNOM TECHNOLOGY BE THE CURE FOR PREMATURE FAILURE OF WIND TURBINE TRANSMISSIONS?

The MAGNOM Cores pictured in these images were removed from the lubrication system of a wind turbine gearbox after six months of normal operation.   The MAGNOM unit was installed in the lubrication system downstream of the traditional barrier filter (10 micron rated filter), so this large amount of collected contaminant material had already passed through the barrier filter and was headed back to the gearbox.   Removing these very small  (less than 10 microns in diameter, some as small as 0.2 microns) particles of metal from the system  interrupts the chain reaction of wear and extends the life of the gearboxes’ critical components….the bearings.

Wind Turbine information for Eddie 1

Wind Turbine information for Eddie 2

Wind Turbine information for Eddie 3