According to the company, fleets that use the system can extend oil drain intervals by as much as five times.
"The Eco-Pur is the result of rigorous design standards and more than 12 months of extensive laboratory and field testing," said Bill Priest, vice president of engineering for OPS.
The Eco-Pur system has electronic components in place that monitor temperature and flow to improve the evaporation process based on an engine's real-time operation. The system can also be configured based on a piece of equipment's specifications. It comes with minimal hardware to install and a six-position integrated bracket.
In order to find the best filter for a company's equipment, OPS customizes a plan for each customer, analyzing preventive maintenance practices, a company's maintenance goals for the future and a comprehensive return on investment analysis.
"Using our very successful OPS-1 system as a foundation, we have developed a product that helps companies significantly reduce oil maintenance costs," said Greg Slawson, CEO for OPS.
More info: www.ops-1.com