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  1. Fluid Power Energy, Inc. Oil Cleaning Centrifuge

  2. What is Spin-Clean? • A true centrifuge that, when sized properly, will remove the dense wear abrasives from oil down to below 1 micron • Will not use more than 10% of engine oil pump output at any given time • The centrifuge removes the solids from the engine oil using centrifugal force – 1000 G’s • Significantly reduces engine wear, sludge build-up, & acid formation

  3. How it works Pressurized oil enters Spin-Clean on bottom right. (Inlet) Oil enters into turbine, begins to fill, and pressurizes. Oil exits out of the two nozzles at the bottom of the turbine at a very high velocity, thus causing the turbine to spin. As the oil exits the shaft in the turbine bowl the solid particles are whipped against the inner wall of the bowl at a high rate of speed. Solid particles down to below 1 micron are captured on the inside wall of the turbine bowl creating a dense cake-like solid. Clean oil exits the centrifuge into the engine sump.

  4. Why Spin-Clean? • Engine manufactures install full-flow filters that only remove particles from the oil down to 20-25 micron • Increase the interval between oil/filter changes • Significantly increase engine life • Go Green – better for the environment • Serves as a diagnostic tool

  5. Spin-Clean waste • Actual Spin-Clean bowl after 2000 hours • “Cake” accumulates on inner wall of turbine bowl • Easy to clean – minimal down time

  6. More Examples Lapping Oil Engine Oil

  7. Additional Benefits • Aids in detecting excessive wear problems • Aids in the detection of coolant leaks • Improves engine up time • Reduces hazardous waste fees • Will not remove oil additives or conditioners • Centrifuge can be cleaned while the engine is running • Easily installed

  8. Target Markets • Oil & Gas – Exploration, Refineries, Production, Gathering Pipelines, & Service Companies • Marine Ships – 500 (and up) Gross Registered Tonnage (GRT) • Marine – Less Than 500 GRT – Inland Waterways & Offshore • Drilling – Land and Offshore • Industrial Markets – Extrusion, Stamping, Foundry, Hydraulic

  9. Target Markets Cont… • Railroad & Maintenance of Way • Construction and Mining • Cogeneration and Peak Electric • Government Including Military • OEM Original Equipment Manufacturers and Equipment Packagers

  10. FPE Spin-Clean Model 75 • 75-1 Model Also Available – Cut Out Valve Assembly • Rated at 1 Gallon Per Minute (3.7 L/min) • Oil Sump Capacity – Up to 15 Gallons (56.8 L) • Dirt Holding Capacity – 18 in3 (278 cm3)

  11. FPE Spin-Clean Model 150 • Rated at 2 Gallons Per Minute (7.6 L/min) • Oil Sump Capacity – Up to 30 Gallons (113.5 L) • Dirt Holding Capacity – 53 in3 (828 cm3)

  12. FPE Spin-Clean Model M300 • Rated at 4 Gallons Per Minute (15 L/min) • Oil Sump Capacity – Up to 60 Gallons (227 L) • Side Drain • Dirt Holding Capacity – 150 in3 (2340 cm3)

  13. FPE Spin-Clean Model 300 • Rated at 4 Gallons Per Minute (15 L/min) • Oil Sump Capacity – Up to 60 Gallons (227 L) • Oil Control Base Option Available (OCB) • Bottom Drain • Dirt Holding Capacity – 150 in3 (2340 cm3)

  14. FPE Spin-Clean Model 1000 • Available in 8, 12, & 16 Gallons Per Minute (30, 45, & 60 L/min) • Oil Sump Capacity – Up to 120, 180, or 240 Gallons (454, 681, 908 L) • Oil Control Base Option available (OCB) • Dirt Holding Capacity – 350 in3 (5462 cm3)

  15. What to Know When Sizing a Spin-Clean • Engine Make, and Model • Oil Sump Capacity (Gallons) • Oil Pump Output (GPM) @ what RPM

  16. How to Size a Centrifuge-Sizing Chart

  17. Sizing Notes • Spin-Clean uses 10% of the oil sump capacity at any given time. • The volume of oil in the system may be used to determine the type and number of centrifuges to be fitted. • A centrifuge should be specified to ensure that the total crankcase oil capacity passes through the centrifuge(s), no less than four times in an hour. • The optimum oil inlet pressure for a centrifuge ranges from 60 to 80 psi, but units can be operated at a maximum of 100 psi or a minimum of 30 psi.

  18. Sizing Example 30 Gal Sump -Turned 4 times per hour -Requires Centrifuge capable of turning 120 Gal per hour (30 x 4 = 120 Gal) Model 75 – 60 GPH / 30 Gal = 2 turns per hour Model 150 – 120 GPH / 30 Gal = 4 turns per hour Model 300 – 240 GPH / 30 Gal = 8 turns per hour

  19. Spin-Clean sizing information and sizing calculator now available on Fluid Power Energy’s new website www.fpevalves.com Spin-Clean / engine manufacture match-up documentation available upon request

  20. Installation • Due to different field applications, different engine sizes, and other unforeseen circumstances we offer several installation options. All originate from these two methods. • -Gravity drain • Spin-Clean is mounted higher than the crankcase – Gravity forces oil to drain from Spin-Clean down to engine crankcase. • -Oil Control Base (OCB) • This option is used if the Spin-Clean is mounted below the engine crankcase. Compressed air (.02 SCFM) is used to pressurize the Spin-Clean unit sending oil back up to the crankcase.

  21. Gravity Drain Installation

  22. Gravity Drain Installation-M300 Side Drain

  23. Gravity Drain Installation-Model 75 Side Drain

  24. OCB Installation-Model 1000 (drain up to crankcase)

  25. Installation Kits • Our goal is to make Spin-Clean installation easy. Let us provide you with the accessories you’ll need to just hookup and go. (Reduced downtime!) • Kits available or most engine makes and models such as: Caterpillar, Waukesha, Cummins & Superior • If we don’t have a kit for your engine/application we’ll make one!

  26. Installation Kits • CAT 3600 Series Engine -Model 1000 Spin-Clean Includes: • Fittings/valves • Hoses • Gravity base • Crankcase door • Door seal

  27. Installation Kits • Waukesha VHP Series Engine -Model 1000 Spin-Clean Includes: • Fittings/valves • Stainless Steel tubing (optional) • Gravity base • Crankcase door • Door seal

  28. Installation Kits • Waukesha 7042 Engine -Model M300 Spin-Clean Includes: • Fittings/valves • Hoses • Door Assembly • Door Seal

  29. Field Applications

  30. Yi-Chang Diesel -Gravity Drain

  31. White Superior -16 Cylinder -Model 1000OCB -Oil Control Base

  32. Sulzar 16-ZAV -Multiple Spin- Clean Installation

  33. Caterpillar 3608 -Model 1000OCB -Oil Control Base

  34. Caterpillar 3412 -Model M300 -Bottom Drain

  35. Caterpillar G3516 -Model M300 -Side Drain

  36. Spin-Clean Testing • Several test programs available • Oil analysis available • Spectrometric and Particle testing • Spin-Clean bowl waste analyzing

  37. Success stories • Canada Oil & Gas Production • Waukesha 7042 Engine • 47% Cleaner lube oil • 20 Gal reduction in oil consumption • Doubled Full-Flow Filter life • Oil & Gas Drilling Rig • Caterpillar D399 Engine • Increased Oil Service by 50%

  38. Spin-Clean Test – Phase 1 • Change oil and full-flow filter elements. • Pull sample of new oil – Tag as “Sample # 1” - Log total engine hours. Mail used oil “Sample #1” to FPE. • Run 30 days and Pull oil sample – Tag as “Sample #2” – Log total engine hours. Mail used oil “Sample #2 to FPE • Run 30 days and Pull oil sample – Tag as “Sample #3” – Log total engine hours. Mail used oil “Sample #3” to FPE. • Run 30 days and Pull oil sample – Tag as “Sample #4” – Log total engine hours. Mail used oil “Sample #4” to FPE. • Develop baseline from the above oil sample test reports.

  39. Spin-Clean Test – Phase 2 • Change oil and full-flow filter elements. • Pull sample of the new oil – Tag as “Sample # 5” – Log total engine hours. Mail new oil “Sample #5” to FPE. • Run 30 days and Pull oil sample – Tag as “Sample #6” – Log total engine hours. Mail used oil “Sample #6” to FPE. • Run 30 days and Pull oil sample – Tag as “Sample #7” – Log total engine hours. Mail used oil “Sample #7” to FPE. • Run 30 days and Pull oil sample – Tag as “Sample #8” – Log total engine hours. Mail used oil “Sample #8” to FPE. • Collect solids from centrifuge, weigh solids and photograph solids. • Mail dirt sample with used oil “Sample #8” to FPE

  40. New Applications for Spin-Clean • Units for oil reclamation • Stationary, skid mounted, initial unit on site trial 2-10-10 • Trailer mounted • With or without tank • Compressor maintenance facilities • Truck & Bus fleet facilities • Hydraulic/industrial • Any application where you need to remove solids • Special version for Screw Compressors

  41. Stationary Unit • Model 1000 with 150 gallon tank

  42. Screw Compressor Unit

  43. Thank You