Hydraulic Power Units

3-Stage magnetic filtration for Hydraulic Power Units (HPUs) ensures heavy-duty hydraulic equipment protection with minimal maintenance requirements. Cleaner fluids enhance the reliability of the HPU, optimizing it for remote, inaccessible worksites. The core technology found in all One Eye Industries products, is a magnetic filter element with a patented radial field magnetic configuration that captures wear particles down to 4 microns and below, with up to 95+% efficiency.

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3-Stage magnetic filtration for Hydraulic Power Units (HPU) ensures heavy-duty hydraulic equipment protection with minimal maintenance requirements. Cleaner fluids enhance the reliability of the HPU, optimizing it for remote, inaccessible worksites. The core technology found in all One Eye Industries products, is a magnetic filter element with a patented radial field magnetic configuration that captures wear particles down to 4 microns and below, with up to 95+% efficiency.

 

Benefits

» Optimal hydraulic system reliability
» Increased hydraulic equipment operating capability
» Extended service intervals
» Minimal storage, replacement, and disposal of filter elements
» Reduced parts replacement
» Minimal maintenance requirements
» Designed for all HPU size requirements

3-Stage Magnetic Filtration

STAGE 1:
PUMP AND MOTOR PROTECTION
Magnetic Filter Scrubber (suction side)
Captures wear particles under 4 microns that easily damage pump and motor components. Contamination builds up in reservoirs as
a sludge. If left unfiltered, it will wear on components causing failures. The suction scrubber is screenless and operates with minimal differential pressure. It is low profile in comparison to a magnetic Y-strainer making it ideal for installation after the reservoir to protect the pump and motor components.

STAGE 2:
OUTGOING FLUID PROTECTION
Magnetic Filter Scrubber (pressure side)
Once circulated through the HPU, fluids should proceed through a final filtration to protect valves and actuators from wear debris produced during operation. The magnetic pressure scrubber handles pressures up to 5000 psi and captures wear particles down to 4 microns and below before they continue downstream

STAGE 3:
RETURNING FLUID CONDITIONING
ADD-Vantage 9000 MIT
As fluids return to the reservoir, they require filtration and conditioning to remove the wear contamination produced during hydraulic system operation. The magnetic in-tank filter employs a stainless steel cloth element to capture large dirt particles, and a magnetic filter element that protects against wear particles down to 4 microns and below.

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