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The STARK Industrial Hot Oil Flushing service provides you with hot oil, high velocity, high pressure flushing which removes moisture and residual contamination found in piping systems. Specialized equipment not only flushes your system, it also dehydrates and purifies your oil. This service is not limited to naturally occurring contamination, it can also be used following a chemical flush to remove harmful chemical residue in your equipment. Our Industrial Hot Oil Flushing Service operates on the principle of turbulent flow, which requires the understanding and skill of a trained technician to ensure that significant damage does not occur to your system during the process.
STARK mobile equipment is strategically located to serve clients anywhere in Canada and the United States.
STARK has the expertise to flush all types of systems:
New Turbine, Lube, or Hydraulic Oil Systems:
This service is necessary before your new system can be placed into operation. A new system, not receiving a proper flush is susceptible to contamination pre-existing within the piping and other system components. This contamination is usually in the form of particulates not visible to the naked eye that could cause considerable damage to your new machinery.
Thermoil systems are susceptible to particulate build-up along the interior of the piping walls. Over time, build-up will lower the heat conduciveness of the pipe and greatly decrease drying efficiency. STARK technicians can do a full system flush to clean off the piping walls and increase your efficiency back to normal operating conditions.
In-Service Turbine, Lube, or Hydraulic Systems:
Similar to thermoil systems, hydraulic systems can sometimes become susceptible to contaminate build-up along the interior walls of the piping. Over 70% of all hydraulic system failures are due to corrosion and component wear, therefore, contaminate build-up throughout the systems will eventually cause operational problems and lead to unnecessary repairs. STARK can perform a full system flush to remove build-up in your systems and return them to normal operating condition.
When performing a system flush, velocity required to reach turbulent flow may create too high a pressure for your system components such as valves and actuators to withstand. Our engineering expertise can determine where these spots exist so they can be jumpered in advance. Properly eliminating certain system components from the flushing process is the integral part of the service. Inappropriately flushing these components can cause you untimely delays and unnecessary repair costs.