September 11, 2007
A two-page data sheet from Schuler Inc. details the company's comprehensive maintenance programs for optimizing oil, power unit, and system component performance of hydraulic presses and systems.
The data sheet explains how scheduled filter-exchange procedures can increase equipment service life, oil life, uptime, and productivity by minimizing premature component wear and component failures. Illustrations depict various levels of contamination in new and used oil and cleanness levels that new press and hydraulic systems require for efficient operation.
The sheet references the company's color-match system, which is designed to ensure that the filter and performance classification are correct for specific equipment by comparing the color coding for micron rating on the filter element with the color-coded label on the filter housing.