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Marina Applications

Marine Applications
Marine Applications Marine Applications

Marine engines and equipment operate in the most severe environments you can imagine. In these environments, engines and hydraulic systems must operate efficiently with little to no downtime. On land, an oil change is a simple affair, but on water, there is always the potential for an oil spill, not mention the problem of disposing the used motor or hydraulic oil and the extreme costs associated with these types of changes. On larger marine engines, these oil changes can cost several thousands of dollars and require much downtime - often in industries where there can be no downtime.

Because marine engines often run for nearly 24 hours a day and under extreme loads, oil changes are typically required oil changes at shorter intervals. However, because the Kleenoil Filtration System virtually eliminates wear particles and water from your oil, you can extend drain intervals and still keep your engine oil in a virtually new condition.

Key Benefits of the Kleenoil Filtration System for Marine Applications

Recommendations for Use
The Kleenoil Filtrations System will be a valuable addition for marine equipment if:

Kleenoil Filtration Unit Specifications Table
Heavy Duty Filtration Unit Super Duty Filtration Unit
  Unit Cartridge Unit Cartridge
Code Number KU50/9778 KF50/1878 KU85/9788 KF85/1888
Engine Sump Capacity Up to 50 Litres Up to 85 Litres
Hydraulic Tank Capacity Up to 757 Litres Up to 1514 Liters
Water Retention <0.05% .45 Litres .98 Litres
Height 16.5 cm 10.16 cm 17.15 cm 10.16 cm
Diameter 16.5 cm 14.61 cm 22.23 cm 19.69 cm
Type of Usage Regular Engines, Hydraulic Systems, Diesel Fuel Filtration Larger Engines, Hydraulic Systems, Diesel Fuel Filtration
Pressures Maximum rating of 10 bar. Lid torque is 15ft lbs.
Oil Flow Rate Output levels are dependent on the viscosity, temperature, and degree of contamination and oil pressure. (Guide for SAE 15W40 oil at 158 degrees F and 60psi, the flow rate would be 0.55 gpm to 0.81 gpm)
Operating Temperatures Within operating specifications of engine, gear, and hydraulic oils.
Filtration Level Particulate contamination in accordance with BS 5540 part 4: 1981 and ISO/DIS 4406. ISO 14/9 equivalent to NAS 1638 class 6 - hydraulic oil specification.
Castings Constructed of aluminum to BS 1490 (M) Subjected to batch and individual testing.