Fuel/Oil/Lube/hydraulic Filtration

Fuel/Oil/Lube/hydraulic Filtration

Tuesday, Sep 22, 2020

8:00am-10am,  ET Canada & US

$USD 350

$USD 175 (Member Only)

Course Objectives:

Fuel Filtration

The fuel filtration course will provide the audience with a better understanding of where fuel comes from; different types of fuels; filtration requirements; and filtration challenges and issues for the various fuel types.


Hydraulic Filtration

Hydraulic lubrication is one of the key components to the function of much of our equipment and industrial machinery. The need to filtration of the fluids used in its lubrication is critical to maintain function in the everyday processes. This industry has been around since the World War II but in the 1970’s modern day filtration, specifications, test standards and verification of system cleanliness were formalized. This course will provide you the basic understanding of the modern Hydraulic Filtration Market.


Fuel Filtration (1 Hr)

• Where does fuel come from?

– Breakdown of a barrel of crude

• Gasoline (petrol)

– Phase separation

• Diesel and biodiesel

– Water and particulate contamination

– Cleanliness requirements for high pressure common rail (HPCR) fuel systems

• Aviation fuel

– Jet A, JP-8, JP-8+100, JP-5, etc.

– EI maintains commercial aviation fuel handling and filtration requirements and witnessing of filtration qualification testing

– EI 1581, EI 1582, 1583, EI 1588, EI 1590, etc

– Covers particulate removal, water removal and electronic sensors for detecting fuel contamination

– Super Absorbent (SAP) migration, static electricity, and microbial growth issues


Hydraulic Oil Filtration (1 Hr)

  • Why filter Hydraulic Oil

  • Types of Contaminants in Oil.

  • Removal of solids will be discussed

  • What is a Filter? Housing and Element

  • Different types of housings

  • Element specifications and test methods

  • System Cleanliness ISO 4406

  • Testing standards for Housings and Elements

  • How to apply a filter in a System

Instructor Biography

Mr. Gary Bessee

Bessee Expert Services, LLC, President

• 37 years of experience in testing transportation liquids and filtration to include diesel, hydraulics, lubricating oil and aviation applications

• SAE Arch T. Caldwell Cooperative Engineering Award, ASTM Award of Excellence D02.J, and IASH Lifetime Achievement Award.

• Author of numerous papers, technical reports and chapters in filtration books

• B.S. Mechanical Engineering, St. Mary’s University

Mr. Abbey Vijlee

Mr. Abbey Vijlee is a well know instructor and consultant in the Hydraulic Filtration Industry. Over his 40 years in the industry he has been involved in the selection of filter medias, design of filter housings and element design. He was the former VP of Research and Development at Schroeder Industries where he represented the company on a number of SAE, NFPA and ISO committees. Abbey has more written and presented over 20 technical papers to various organizations with the Hydraulic Filtration Industry and is well known as an expert in this area.

Fuel/Oil/Lube/hydraulic Filtration

Fuel/Oil/Lube/hydraulic Filtration

Tuesday, Sep 22, 2020

8:00am-10am,  ET Canada & US

$USD 350

$USD 175 (Member Only)

Course Objectives:

Fuel Filtration

The fuel filtration course will provide the audience with a better understanding of where fuel comes from; different types of fuels; filtration requirements; and filtration challenges and issues for the various fuel types.


Hydraulic Filtration

Hydraulic lubrication is one of the key components to the function of much of our equipment and industrial machinery. The need to filtration of the fluids used in its lubrication is critical to maintain function in the everyday processes. This industry has been around since the World War II but in the 1970’s modern day filtration, specifications, test standards and verification of system cleanliness were formalized. This course will provide you the basic understanding of the modern Hydraulic Filtration Market.


Course Outline:

Fuel Filtration (1 Hr)

• Where does fuel come from?

– Breakdown of a barrel of crude

• Gasoline (petrol)

– Phase separation

• Diesel and biodiesel

– Water and particulate contamination

– Cleanliness requirements for high pressure common rail (HPCR) fuel systems

• Aviation fuel

– Jet A, JP-8, JP-8+100, JP-5, etc.

– EI maintains commercial aviation fuel handling and filtration requirements and witnessing of filtration qualification testing

– EI 1581, EI 1582, 1583, EI 1588, EI 1590, etc

– Covers particulate removal, water removal and electronic sensors for detecting fuel contamination

– Super Absorbent (SAP) migration, static electricity, and microbial growth issues


Hydraulic Oil Filtration (1 Hr)

  • Why filter Hydraulic Oil

  • Types of Contaminants in Oil.

  • Removal of solids will be discussed

  • What is a Filter? Housing and Element

  • Different types of housings

  • Element specifications and test methods

  • System Cleanliness ISO 4406

  • Testing standards for Housings and Elements

  • How to apply a filter in a System

Instructor Biography

Mr. Gary Bessee

Bessee Expert Services, LLC, President

• 37 years of experience in testing transportation liquids and filtration to include diesel, hydraulics, lubricating oil and aviation applications

• SAE Arch T. Caldwell Cooperative Engineering Award, ASTM Award of Excellence D02.J, and IASH Lifetime Achievement Award.

• Author of numerous papers, technical reports and chapters in filtration books

• B.S. Mechanical Engineering, St. Mary’s University

Mr. Abbey Vijlee

Mr. Abbey Vijlee is a well know instructor and consultant in the Hydraulic Filtration Industry. Over his 40 years in the industry he has been involved in the selection of filter medias, design of filter housings and element design. He was the former VP of Research and Development at Schroeder Industries where he represented the company on a number of SAE, NFPA and ISO committees. Abbey has more written and presented over 20 technical papers to various organizations with the Hydraulic Filtration Industry and is well known as an expert in this area.

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