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Stop Wasting Money and Slash the Operating Cost of Hydraulic Equipment by Thousands of Dollars Every Year!
 
More than 70% of spare parts sold for hydraulic equipment are used to replace defective components. The cause of 90% of these defects can be traced to improper operation or maintenance. Which is why you'll save thousands of dollars, once you know...

Insider Secrets to Hydraulics

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Stop Wasting Money and Slash the Operating Cost of Hydraulic Equipment by Thousands of Dollars Every Year!
 
More than 70% of spare parts sold for hydraulic equipment are used to replace defective components. The cause of 90% of these defects can be traced to improper operation or maintenance. Which is why you'll save thousands of dollars, once you know...
 
  •     How fluid contamination destroys hydraulic components.
 
  •     How to determine an appropriate fluid cleanliness level for different types of hydraulic systems.
 
  •     How to achieve and maintain an appropriate fluid cleanliness level on a continuous basis.
 
  •     How to identify and rectify abnormal contamination load.
 
  •     One proactive maintenance routine that can save you thousands of dollars.
 
  •     How to prevent damage caused by low fluid viscosity.
 
  •     How to define operating temperature limits based on fluid viscosity values that maximize component life.
 
  •     How to identify and rectify abnormal heat load.
 
  •     How to identify faulty circuit-protection devices - before they cause component failures.
 
  •     When to schedule hydraulic component change-outs - to minimize operating costs.
 
  •     What you must do when installing hydraulic components - to avoid cutting short their service life. 
 
As an industry 'insider' for more than a decade, Brendan Casey will tell you that when it comes to troubleshooting hydraulic equipment there are operators out there who will deliberately exploit you to increase their profits. You'll never be vulnerable to these costly scams, once you know ...
 
  •     What causes common hydraulic problems and how to locate them.
 
  •     Special techniques for troubleshooting hydrostatic transmissions.
 
  •     One thing you must do before you call a hydraulic technician.
 
  •     How to tell when a hydraulic technician is over-charging you.
 
  •     One thing you should never tell a hydraulic technician - unless you want to pay more.
  •  to avoid costly, troubleshooting mistakes and get the correct diagnosis - the first time.
 
  •     How to recognize and avoid common troubleshooting rip-offs
 
About the Author:
 
Brendan Casey is a fluid power consultant and a 15-year veteran of the fluid power industry. His industry experience includes several, senior-level technical positions. He works with clients from a wide range of industries, helping them solve their hydraulic problems.
 

Format:         Paperback
Author:         Brendan Casey
Pages:                 128

Reviews:         
 
"The author, Brendan Casey, has spent 15 years working in the hydraulics industry and his experience and expertise show in this book. Packed with practical suggestions and tips, and backed up by the author's knowledge of the subject matter, Insider Secrets to Hydraulics has the potential to save many organizations lots of money."
 
The Editors of
Hydraulics & Pneumatics Magazine
 
"Insider Secrets to Hydraulics is proving to be a very valuable practical reference for us."
 
Mike McCarthy
Service Manager - Backhoes
Terex Compact Equipment (UK)
 
"Insider Secrets to Hydraulics is a "must read" for any mobile or industrial user of hydraulic equipment... As a veteran of the Fluid Power industry, I found the book informative and easy to understand with knowledge to be gained for everyone, from novice to pro."
 
Bud Trinkel
Certified Fluid Power Engineer
HYDRA-PNEU Consulting Inc.
 
"Insider Secrets to Hydraulics is well written and easy to read ... it provides valuable information that may be applied equally well to a small, one-off hydraulic machine, a complex machine or a factory full of hydraulic equipment. Throughout the book, facts and ideas are backed up by examples of a practical nature. This could only be attributed to the author's in-depth experience in the hydraulics industry."
 
John Benecke
Manager Mechanical Laboratories
Faculty of Engineering and Surveying
University of Southern Queensland
Excerpt:         
 
When fluid moves from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure without performing useful work, heat is generated. This means that any component in the hydraulic system that has abnormal, internal leakage will increase the heat load on the system and can cause the system to overheat. This could be anything from a cylinder that is leaking high-pressure fluid past its piston seal, to an incorrectly adjusted relief valve. Any heat-generating components need to be identified and changed-out.
 

Table Of Contents:         
 
PART I - "Prevention is better than cure" The Science of Preventative Maintenance
 
    Maintaining fluid cleanliness
 
    Maintaining fluid temperature and viscosity within optimum limits
 
    Maintaining hydraulic system settings to manufacturers' specifications
 
    Scheduling component change-outs before they fail
 
    Following correct commissioning procedures
 
    Conducting failure analysis

PART II - "Houston we have a problem!" The Art and Science of Troubleshooting
 
    Troubleshooting basics
 
    Symptoms of common hydraulic problems and their causes
 
    Locating internal leakage
 
    Troubleshooting hydrostatic transmissions
 
    How to avoid costly troubleshooting mistakes and rip-offs

PART III - "Let the buyer beware" Insider Secrets to Repairing and Replacing Hydraulic Components
 
    Fundamentals of hydraulic component repair
 
    Repairing hydraulic cylinders
 
    Choosing a hydraulic repair shop
 
    Evaluating a hydraulic repair shop
 
    Common repair rip-offs and how to avoid them
 
    How to buy replacement components at the lowest possible price
 
    How to safeguard new component warranty and get free repairs after warranty has expired