Why a Reliability Program?
20+ Years of Experience
Why Reliability 360?
It works. The engineers at Delta Fuel have designed a system that keeps heavy industrial equipment operating at peak efficiency without the need for constant maintenance and worries that failure may happen at any time. Rather than just focusing on monitoring lubricants with analyses, we use a comprehensive strategy that includes training, storage best practices, and maintenance.
To help you get a clearer understanding of what’s possible with Reliability 360, see some of our case studies here.
What we do
A turbine flush forces fluid through piping at a higher rate to thoroughly clean all internal surfaces. After the sediment has been removed, a special protective treatment is applied to prevent further build-ups and rust. Then, new oil is flushed through the system at lower and higher velocities.
As the oil heats and cools in cycles throughout a mechanical system, it begins to degrade. When this happens, impurities develop that begin to stick to internal components. If the varnish isn’t removed, it builds up in valves, pumps, and other internal components, reducing their overall efficiency. Total operating costs to run equipment with varnish build-up are higher and overall system reliability is lower.
Since impurities can’t be completely eliminated from mechanical systems or their fluids, there will always be pollutants that settle to the bottom of tanks. To comply with EH&S regulations, regular tank cleanings are needed to remove sediments and ensure stored fluids are not contaminated. Our experts can manage tanks of any size, from as small as 10 gallons to more than 50,000 gallons.
On-site lubrication expertise
Our experts will guide your team through the process of collecting and interpreting oil samples as well as how to handle and store lubricants.
Certified lubricant specialist
This certification covers proper techniques and best practices for machine lubrication, including how to conduct and interpret oil analyses, predicting oil life, measuring contaminants, how to identify varnish, and procedures for eliminating moisture.
Your team will learn the importance of proper lubrication and how it affects the health of your equipment. This training is available on-site and we’ll walk your team through the specific needs of your machinery.
The next step beyond taking samples and diagnosing problems is to correct them. Training options include how to operate a filter cart, how to connect bypass filters to equipment, how to use a vacuum dehydrator, and how to implement a turbine flush.
This tool removes water and gasses from oil that isn’t possible with other forms of filtration.
This is a simple mobile solution for removing old oil and adding new to smaller machinery.
Heated Skid Filter
This is a portable filtration system used for large machinery.