EmiratesGreen Electrical & Mechanical Trading 
Abu Dhabi 

Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Power Plants and other Industries Process Equipment & Materials, Piping & Valves, Measurement Tools & Devices & others  

Off Line Filtration System for Solids, Particle, Water & Varnish Removal


Control of Oil Contamination

The best way to control the oil contamination is to stop the contaminants from entering the system in the first place. This entails making sure that all machine components are clean when installed and that the oil systems are thoroughly flushed before taken into operation. Furthermore the oil system should be as well sealed from the environment as possible with intact seals and gaskets as well as high quality tank breathers including fine particle and moisture retention (desiccant and/or bladder type breathers).

The oil should be pre-filtered before coming in contact with any machine component preferably by continuous filtration in the lube room / storage area or at least when transferred to the machines in operation.

Good oil contamination control also includes maintenance procedures for topping up with oil, replacing parts, taking oil samples etc.

Various types of contamination in oil are as follows:

Type of Contaminations in Oil

Water Contamination

Water can be found in oil as:

• Dissolved water: water molecules dispersed one-by-one throughout the oil;
like humidity in air.

• Emulsified water: microscopic globules of water dispersed in stable suspension in the oil; like fog in the air.

• Free water: water that readily settles to tank/sump bottom; like rain.

Oil Degradation

Acidity Contamination 

Wear in Oil Systems

Any machine using oil for power transmission, lubrication or combustion will be affected by the condition of the oil. The oil comes into contact with all components in the system and should be considered very important – as blood is important in the human body.

Oil Sampling:

The purpose of oil sampling is to utilize the oil as a messenger telling how the machine is doing. This can prompt pro-active actions in order to achieve the highest level of machine performance and reliability at the lowest possible cost. The initial samples serve to establish benchmarks and to identify the machines with critical levels. The routine sampling is done to document that goals are met and can also provide indications of abnormal wear that needs to be addressed.

The quality of analysis results depends first on correct sampling and handling of the sample, secondly on the quality of the laboratory performing the analysis. The importance of the knowledge about where and how to take a sample is paramount and requires special attention.


Off line Filtration and Purification Systems are offered for the following - to Reduce Oil related problems which save cost by installation of offline Oil Filtration System / Equipment:

Offline Oil Filtration Systems for Offshore:

- Drilling Rigs
- Production Rigs

Offline Oil Filtration Systems for Marine:

- Diesel Engines
- Lube Systems
- Hydraulics / Winches
- Thrusters
- Cranes
- Engine Hydraulics
- Engine Lubrication
- Ramp Systems
- Steering Gears
- Bilge Water
- Other

Offline Oil Filtration Systems for Power

- Power Packs
- Diesel Storage Tanks
- Turbine Lubrication
- Turbine Control System
- Furnace Hydraulics 
- Cooling Tower Fan Gear

Offline Oil Filtration Systems for Mining:

Mills, crushers, and earth moving equipment.

Offline Oil Filtration Systems for Cement Industry:

Grinding Mill Gear Box
- Gear Boxes - Gear Oil
- Trunnion Bearings Fixes & Floating
- Oven Gears Boxes Oil
- Rotary Kiln 

Offline Oil Filtration Systems for 
FOOD Industry: