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MATERIALS HANDLING


Terry Davis beschreibt, wie man in der Wartung von Hydraulikschläuchen voran kommt


Terry Davis décrit comment progresser dans la maintenance de tuyaux hydrauliques


Hydraulic pressure hoses system


PROACTIVE I


not reactive


Terry Davis describes how to get ahead in hydraulic hose maintenance


t’s often thought that hydraulic hose failure can’t be predicted, and as a fairly inexpensive component, many production managers accept failure as unavoidable. Equally, it’s


common for hydraulics users to pre- emptively replace hoses that are still in safe working order, utilising unnecessary time and money. However, the low cost


of the hose itself belies the considerable expense associated with oil clean-up and replacement, while a run-to-fail policy also fails to take into account the significant health and safety hazard posed by burst hoses. Yet, as we reveal here, there is always an indicator that a hose will fail, enabling maintenance engineers to act in time.


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