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People are often surprised to learn how much work goes into designing even the simplest objects in ships and boats, such as the beds and toilets. We have to design for all of the forces of the sea as well as corrosion from the sea water for outdoors objects. There is something really special about designing some equipment that can withstand all sorts of issues. This blog explains the design and manufacturing that goes into make marine grade items. It will be great for anyone who is passionate about the sea as well as students of industrial design and manufacturing.

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The hydraulic pumps found in heavy construction equipment, such as cranes, dump trucks, loaders, forklifts, excavators, graders, and more are essentially fluid or lubricant circulation systems that power up the equipment to perform the work they do.  

If you use hydraulically-operated machinery at your construction sites, oil flushing services should be included in equipment maintenance plans. Here's why.

1. Oil flushing helps minimise equipment failure. Equipment failure wastes time and costs money, so it is important to ensure your construction equipment works reliably all the time. The oil in hydraulic systems helps to keep equipment cool and well lubed, thus preventing overheating and ensuring the various moving components operate smoothly. When the oil becomes too dirty or contaminated, it will become ineffective at its job, thus causing hydraulically-operated equipment to run inefficiently. When the equipment is not working properly, it is bound to break down at some point. Oil flushing helps to bring hydraulic operated construction machines back to normal operating condition by removing and replacing ineffective oil with fresh, contaminant-free oil.

2. Oil flushing helps prevent costly repair issues. When hydraulically-powered construction equipment breaks down, they will need to be repaired. This can run into several thousand dollars or even millions of dollars depending on the size of the fleet and the extent of damage that has occurred. When performed as part of routine maintenance, oil flushing can help prevent many expensive repair issues, including transmission damage, which may result from overdue oil change.

3. Oil flushing helps to extend the life of your equipment. Heavy construction machinery does not come by cheaply, so you will want to get the highest rate of return possible on your investment. The best way to achieve this goal is by ensuring you get maximum service life from your equipment. To do so successfully, you will need to take proper care of your equipment. Oil flushing is not only key to minimising equipment failure and preventing costly repair issues, but also maximising the lifespan of your equipment. Hydraulic machinery that run on contaminant-free oil at all times are less likely to experience major repair issues that may significantly reduce the service life of the equipment. 

For more information on why oil flushing is essential to the performance, reliability and lifespan of your hydraulically operated construction equipment, feel free to get in touch with the specialists at an oil flushing service. They will provide the right answers to your questions.