A new solution for filtration of large fluid volumes from RMF Systems

RMF Systems has developed a new offline filtration system, the MultiPure. This system is designed to filter
large quantities of hydraulic fluids utilising the Radial Micro Filtration technology. The MultiPure is
suitable for almost any industry and will significantly prolong the service life of your oil and equipment.

Severe damage
Most standard fitted system filters contain fibreglass filter elements, which don’t remove particles
smaller than 3 micron. Within high pressure hydraulic applications, cluttering of smaller particles can
quickly result in the development of varnish, the increase of the TAN value and an significant reduction
of the lubrication quality of the oil.

Highly efficient Radial Micro Filtration
The MultiPure applies the Radial Micro Filtration technology. The filter elements in the MultiPure
consist of 200 layers of Cellulose, and are especially designed to remove even the smallest particles
under low flow and pressure circumstances. Removing these small particles results in significantly
cleaner oil, a lower TAN value and the oil will keep its lubrication characteristics. This can result in
considerable cost savings, especially with large volumes of hydraulic fluids.

Oxidation
The filter elements in the MultiPure are also capable of removing dissolved water from the hydraulic
fluid. Removing both water and metal particles will significantly reduce oxidation of the fluid. The result
will be an extended service life of both fluid and system components, less downtime and maintenance
and therefore lower costs of ownership.

Condition based maintenance
The MultiPure comes as a skid design, combining 12 highly efficient Cellulose filter elements in a
carbon steel housing. The robust steel pump with integrated safety guarantees a stable flow of the oil.
Additionally the MultiPure can be equipped with a Condition Monitoring Centre, providing you with real
time status information. The Condition Monitoring Centre can be outfitted with various sensors, like a
particle counter, an oil degradation sensor and a water sensor. The collected data enables you to
perform condition based maintenance instead of performing unnecessary maintenance based just on
elapsed time.

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