Oil and fuel filtration systems added to the Wajax portfolio

Tuesday April 19, 2016
Written by Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Apr. 19, 2016 - Wajax, a Canadian industrial products distributor and service provider, has added Oil Filtration Systems to its filtration portfolio. Oil Filtration Systems manufactures a line of oil purification equipment that is designed to remove contamination (water, particulate, varnish, etc.) from a variety of fluids, including lube oil, hydraulic oil, transformer oil and diesel fuel.

Oil Filtration Systems, like Wajax, serves a range of markets, including power generation, mining, oil and gas, pulp and paper, and other industries.

“Across all major industries, the need to keep lubrication and hydraulic oils absolutely clean and dry has never been greater,” says Clive King, business development manager for filtration at Wajax. “Removing contaminants from oil is a ‘best practice’ for the proper maintenance and reliability of rotating equipment, extending the life of critical components, minimizing downtime, and reducing overall maintenance costs. Oil Filtration Systems is in a unique position to provide a wide range of oil purification equipment and services to end users throughout Canada.”

“Wajax was selected as the marketing partner for Oil Filtration Systems based on multiple factors: Wajax offers technical sales coverage for the entire country of Canada in the selected marketplaces that Oil Filtration Systems desired to participate, it has excellent service experience, and it has a long relationship with Oil Filtration Systems’ parent company, Clark-Reliance,” adds Doyle Gould, vice-president of sales, Clark-Reliance.

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