Eaton's EasyFit Exchange Filter Elements Improve Life of System Components in Hydraulic Lubrication Applications

Fri March 24, 2017 - National Edition

Power management company Eaton has launched its line of EasyFit Exchange Filter Elements that provide trouble-free operation for power generation, oil and gas, steel and metal, marine and mining applications that require filtering of abrasive fluids, cooling lubricants, or water-based fluids.

Eaton's EasyFit exchange filter elements are engineered with versatility in mind and easily fit into many leading filter systems on the market. The product line includes an extensive range of sizes, ratings and material for hydraulic, lubrication and other fluid applications. The filters feature high dirt-holding capacity to ensure consistent filter efficiency and long service life even at high pressures.

“Having a reliable way to prevent and manage contamination in a hydraulic system is vital to an operation,” said Mary Jo Surges, vice president and general manager of Eaton's Filtration Division. “These filter elements are available for a variety of systems. We can perform fluid analysis capabilities on-site or in our lab to help our customers determine the best filter element for hydraulic and lubrication for their system requirements.”

EasyFit exchange filter elements provide the following benefits:

  • Reduce equipment downtime
  • Prevent contamination related failure
  • Increase the life of system components
  • Improve operating profitability and decrease maintenance costs

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