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How to maintain Hydraulic Systems?
Hydraulic power is used for many tasks in industries like moving, transferring, holding, pressing, and lots more. These different functions are controlled by reservoirs, motors, pumps, valves, and filters in hydraulic systems. It comprises many electronic monitoring devices as well. It’s very important to know if the system you have or your vendor is offering is the best-suited system for you or not.

Apart from qualified designers who create your system, one should have trained and qualified technicians to maintain the hydraulic systems. A strict maintenance plan would work. Enhancing knowledge and following the best practices is the only way out to keep your system run smoothly and achieve long life. One of the best preventive maintenance measures is to prepare a checklist for each hydraulic system. We must find a failing component before it becomes a cause of the complete shutdown of the machine.

Our experts will cover all the important points related to Hydraulic Systems including common causes of hydraulic failures, best practices, maintenance strategies, real case studies, etc. Join us for the upcoming FREE webinar “How to maintain Hydraulic Systems?” on 28th October at 6:30 PM IST / 1:00 PM GMT. You will also get a participation certificate on successful attendance.

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Oct 28, 2021 06:30 PM in India

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Anshuman Agrawal
Managing Director @Minimac Systems
An IIT-ISM gold medalist in Mechanical Engineering, Anshuman Agrawal leads Minimac Systems with a passion for techno-preneurship and impacting the lubrication industry. He is a certified MLT I from ICML and a trained MLE from Noria Corporation. His 14+ years’ experience spans various technology solutions and expanding Minimac’s reach beyond India to cater to the international market. He has authored many articles and is a frequent speaker at industry events. He is a member of 'The Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers' (STLE), 'The International Council for Machinery Lubrication' (ICML) and 'Tribology Society of India' (TSI). His dedication, hard work, determination, sound technical skills, and leadership qualities offer Minimac's clients and team members with unique advantages
Yogesh Kumar
Head of Technical Service Department @Minimac Systems
Over 11 years of experience in streamlining operations & maintenance, commissioning within the Thermal Plants, Yogesh Kumar is an expert in implementing techniques/measures to reduce the O&M expenditures. He is a BE Mechanical Engineer with PGDip in Thermal Power-plants, a certified boiler operation engineer, and an MLA level 2 (ICML). He has completed Vibration CAT 2 from Mobius, Australia and is a Nuclear Power Plant Safety Professional certified by Govt of India.