HOW TO IDENTIFY AND MITIGATE VARNISH IN YOUR SYSTEM
Chevron Lubricants and POLARIS Laboratories®
Wednesday, June 9 | 5 a.m. ET
Varnish build up in your system can cause serious, catastrophic damage to your system leaving you with unplanned downtime, maintenance problems and even failure. It adheres to equipment like turbines, compressors, hydraulics, large circulation and lube systems causing filter plugging and micro-dieseling and eventually, serious damage.
Join a panel of industrial lubricant and fluid analysis experts to learn how varnish can enter your system, the detrimental damage it can cause and how to identify and eliminate it with fluid analysis.
Akash Anand, Product Manager – Industrial Lubricants, Chevron Lubricants
Paul Sly, Global OEM Industrial Sector Specialist, Chevron Lubricants
Elaine Hepley, Data Analysis Manager, POLARIS Laboratories®
- What varnish looks like and how it form
- What causes varnish to build up
- How to identify varnish with fluid analysis
- Test methods used to detect it
- How to remove varnish
- Preventing varnish contamination