The Role of Thermal Management in Fuel Cell Performancehydrogen temperaturecontrol fuelcells
What is Green, Blue, and Brown Hydrogen?hydrogen hydrogenfuel fuelcell
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Five Key Benefits of Having a 3-Way Thermal Bypass Valve
A thermal bypass valve is a critical component in a hydraulic circuit that regulates the hydraulic oil temperature. This self-actuated 3-way valve decreases the warmup time and reduces backpressure on the return line.
The benefits of Converting Your Control System From Leslie RVB/RVK to AMOT Model Gthree-way control valve technology marine
Temperature control valves are an integral part of any heating or cooling circuit found on marine vessels. Many of these systems use a legacy Leslie RV Series valve, but efficiency expectations have evolved over the last 40 years. Read this blog article to learn how the AMOT Model G Valve’s modern design can provide an immediate upgrade to your current temperature control solution.
Temperature Control FAQsthree-way control valve engine performance maintenance thermostatic control valve FAQs
In this blog, we're answering all the temperature control questions we most often hear from our customers.
The Relationship Between Oil Viscosity and Equipment Performanceengine performance oil condition monitoring oil viscosity
When it comes to rotating equipment, it is a question of when—not if—a failure will occur. In about 50% of all bearing failures, improper lubrication turns out to be the root cause. Read our blog to learn how oil viscosity relates to engine performance.
How to Clean and Inspect Your Thermostatic Valvethree-way control valve maintenance thermostatic control valve
Read this blog to learn how to properly clean and check your thermostatic valves according to AMOT and engine OEM standards and why this is important to overall engine performance and lifespan.
How does oil viscosity affect compressor performance and operating costs?oil and gas oil condition monitoring refinery compressor performance oil viscosity
When lube oil viscosity goes out of spec, compressor bearings begin to fail. The loss of proper lubrication leads to production downtime and high repair costs. This is particularly challenging for refineries and other petrochemical operations using large gas compressors where the operating environment can be extreme.