Air Bubbles

Air and Vapor, the hidden oil pollutants.

When vapor bubbles become rapidly pressurized, such as in a pump or journal bearing, destructive microjets of oil can collide with machine surfaces at extremely high velocities.

The phenomenon is called cavitation, a progressive erosion of the surfaces.

Additionally, air presence in oil or diesel fluids will also

  • accelerate metal corrosion,
  • lower cooler efficiency,
  • cause measurement errors,
  • lower the yield of film coatings,
  • create excessive noise and vibration.

We promise 4-in-1 oil purification.

Find out about our unique QUICKTORON cyclone air bubble removers.