In this blog, we're answering all the temperature control questions we most often hear from our customers.
Posts tagged 'engine performance'
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.
For many industrial applications, the AMOT Model G 3-way rotary valve can bring significant advantages when compared to a globe valve. These advantages often lead to a more efficient, highly optimized engine performance. Learn how.
To maintain temperature accuracy, reduce fuel consumption, and limit emissions, engineers commonly specify a globe valve. However, there is a better option available. Watch this video to learn why the AMOT Model G Rotary Valve is the best solution for precise temperature control requirements.
For older marine engines on the water, temperature control is crucial to their performance and longevity. Check out this blog to learn how the AMOT Model G Valve can modernize your engine and bring it up to today's industry standards.
With the rising cost of energy and increased environmental concerns, many companies across a wide range of industries have begun to focus on improving overall system efficiency. This blog article discusses the effects of leakage on engine fluid temperature control.
Ambient temperature can play a significant role in an engine's performance and lead to derating -- a reduction in engine output. Watch this video to learn how the AMOT Low Leak G Valve helps prevent derating and maximizes an engine's performance.
Engine derating is the reduction of an engine’s output due to less-than-ideal operating conditions. Watch our video to learn the causes of engine derating and how it affects engine performance.
Much can be learned about a machine’s health through wear debris analysis, but it can take weeks to obtain lab results. The MPD2 continuously monitors the oil flow and alerts operators if metal particles are detected. Read this blog to learn how this can help you.