Remote Oil Condition Monitoring as a CBM tool including Varnish – an update
Axel Wegner, Power Segment Manager
Starting my career as a mechanic in the oil & gas industry for 6 years, I went on and graduated as a chemical engineer in 1994 and have been working in oil filtration since. After getting my MBA for International Management in 2000 I have developed different business areas for filtration products.
Joining C.C. JENSEN in 2005, I am responsible for the power segment in North America and technical management. I am a certified Machinery Lubrication Analyst ICML MLA II and member of the ASME.
Choosing the right oil filtration system and oil condition monitoring – for any machine and oil type – enables us to identify problems – remotely – and take action before problems occur – on site.
Key Takeaways for Users
This presentation will give an update on solutions for common issues:
- Turbine Oil Varnish
- Particles & Water in Lube Oil (Steam Turbine, Cooling Tower Fan Gear, Boiler Feed Pump)
- Bacteria, Diesel Bugs, Fungi, Particles & Water (backup Diesel storage for dual fuel plants)
- Both Removal and remote monitoring will be discussed
Axel Wegner, Power Segment Manager, North America
About C.C.JENSEN, Oil Maintenance
Since 1953 C.C.JENSEN manufactures CJC® Kidney-Loop Fine Filters and Filter Separators for the conditioning of lube oil, hydraulic fluids and Diesel.
Products and Services
Our extensive know-how ensures optimal maintenance of oil systems and equipment reliability. CJC® oil maintenance systems not only remove varnish but ALL 4 CONTAMINANTS in 1 simple and reliable system. Our Patent-Pending VRU (varnish removal unit) quickly becomes the new industry standard: Over 400 VRUs are in service worldwide — all with exceptional results.
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