Service | repair | re-core | hydraulic tube & shell coolers is done in our  workshop which is fully equipped to repair and service most tube and shell oil coolers, air blast coolers, tube and shell heat exchangers and recirculating units. Service includes internal and external cleaning, flushing and pressure testing. Coolers that have failed can be re-cored or a replacement can be supplied.

  • Cleaning internally
  • Flushing
  • Pressure Testing
  • Pressure test certificate is available on request
  • Re-core of tube and shell units
  • Cleaning external
  • Service repair re-core coolers

Handling a hydraulic system means controlling the flow of pressurized hydraulic fluids. hydraulic systems are comparatively easy to install and maintain. But, sometimes they are risky too. The important reasons for hydraulic system failure are over-temperature, over-pressure, contamination, etc… In this article, the discussion is on how your hydraulic system can be protected from over-temperature. Temperature is one of the crucial reasons for system failure and hazards. 

We consider the hydraulic system as heat generators. The continuous flow of fluid through the system, the friction between system components, long-time operations, and many other factors together will increase the temperature of the fluid. This increased temperature will affect the viscosity of fluid, increases system wear, damages the lubricative film, increases the risk of cavitation, internal leakages and thus reduces the lifespan of the system. Most of these concerns of hydraulic system overheating can be solved by choosing an effective method for the system cooling.

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There are two methods to prevent overheating issues in the hydraulic system. The first method is by improving the reservoir size and by using a large volume of hydraulic fluid that can neglect the generated temperature. But, this approach is expensive and creates hydraulic fluid wastage. Comparatively, the second method is more efficient and here the circulating hydraulic fluid is passed through certain cooling components for reducing heat. Mostly this cooling component will be Oil Coolers. A system with an oil cooler for heat reduction can be operated for a long period effectively without overheating.