Test — Centrifuge vs CJC® Lube Oil Filter
Test period: 17 months
Running hours: 7,880 RHs during test period
Test start: at approx. 25,000 RHs
Last revision: 13,680 RHs ago at test end
Conventional lube oil treatment:
One centrifugal separator for two engines (DG#1 and DG#2), and one centrifugal by-pass filter („glacier filter“) per engine.
Newly installed CJC® Lube Oil Filter:
During the test period, a CJC® Lube Oil Filter 3×27/108 for continuous depth filtration and drying (24/7/365) was installed on diesel engine DG#1. The automatic temperature controlled flow ensures optimum operation and the highest filtration efficiency.
Pump flow: 1,680 L per hour (0.58 L/kW) nominal, at test end 840 L per hour (0.29 L/kW)