Water and Air in Oil – The underestimated risk


Next dates:
Module 1: Water in Oil: Normal phenomenon or „public enemy no. 1“ (Time=Central European Summer Time)     new appointments are currently set
Module 2: Air in oil: No bubbles, no problem? (Time=Central European Summer Time)     new appointments are currently set
Module 3: Foaming: A question of purity? (Time=Central European Summer Time)     new appointments are currently set

Summary:

Water is by far the most common liquid contamination in lubricating oils, hydraulic and special fluids. The same applies to the entry of air. Both phenomena in practice often are under- or sometimes over-estimated. Both lead to unnecessary maintenance actions and therefor cause increased costs.

Applications, machinery and oil types react differently to an air or water entry. Because of this a general discussion of the topic is not helpful. The training series systematically deals with application-specific causes and consequences of increased water or air entry and gives practical tips to detect and correct these as early as possible. The real case studies, that are integrated into each module, complete the training series and provide a high practical relevance.

Easy to attend!

All you need is a broadband internet connection, a current Internet Browser with Flash Player, a headset / speakers for your laptop, PC or tablet and one hour time. Take part in our online-training - no matter where you are! The Adobe Connect App is available for Apple, Android and Blackberry tablets, for free.

Every module is a separate learning entity and can be booked separately.

If you book at least 3 modules at once you receive a discount of 5%.

All you need is a broadband internet connection, a current Internet Browser with Flash Player, a headset or speakers for your laptop, PC or tablet and one hour of your time. Thus equipped, take part in our online training – no matter where you are!

The Adobe Connect App is available for free for Apple, Android and Blackberry tablets.

The series is repeated at regular intervals. So you can always re-enter or catch up on individual modules, if you get scheduling problems.

International Timings

The time given above is set in Central European Summer Time (CEST). To convert the appointments to your own time zone, please click on the following links:

Your time for Module 1: Water in Oil: Normal phenomenon or „public enemy no. 1“

Your time for Module 2: Air in oil: No bubbles, no Problem?

Your time for Module 3: Foaming: A question of purity?

If you cannot participate "live" due to time constraints, you can simply watch the recording of the Online-Training whenever you like. The link to the recording will be sent to you via email right after a module got finished.  


Water in Oil: Normal phenomenon or „public enemy no. 1“

  • Causes of humidity and water in oil 
  • Dissolved and free water
  • Consequences of an increased water content 
  • Detection methods
  • Limits - application and oil type related
  • Case studies

Air in oil: No bubbles, no problem?

  • Reasons for air entry in oil 
  • Dissolved and free air 
  • Consequences of an increased air entry 
  • Air release
  • Detection methods
  • Interpretation 
  • Limits - application and oil type related 
  • Other gaseous contamination 
  • Case studies

Foaming: A question of purity?

  • Causes and magnitudes of influence on foaming characteristics 
  • (Surface) foaming  and Oil-Air-dispersion 
  • Consequences of increased foam formation 
  • Detection methods 
  • Interpretation 
  • Limits - application and oil type related 
  • Other gaseous contamination 
  • Case studies

Preconditions for the OilDoc Online-Training

All you need is ...

  • a broadband internet connection.
  • a current Internet-Browser with a Flash Player.
  • a headset or speakers.
  • 1 hour of your precious time.

 

The Adobe Connect-App for your Tablet or Smartphone is free and available in the following stores:

 

Included in the price:

  • Participation in Online-Training
  • Recording of Online-Training
  • Presentation as PDF