Aeroquip Offers Hydraulic Troubleshooting Bulletin

The often time-consuming and costly task of fluid power system troubleshooting can be greatly simplified by using the four "tools" provided by nature: sight, smell, hearing and touch.

Aeroquip Bulletin 2027A, a practical, easy-to-read manual for equipment operators or maintenance personnel, explains how the senses can be used to diagnose common, hydraulic system malfunctions and how to interpret the information gathered by these "tools." Aeroquip Corporation of Jackson, Mich., is a Trinova company. A worldwide leading manufacturer of fluid power and fluid system components, Aeroquip produces flexible hose, fittings and assemblies; quick disconnect and V-Band couplings; hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders; swivel joints; custom engineered rubber products; spring brakes; cargo control equipment; refrigeration/ air conditioning components; diagnostic monitoring devices; and aerospace, automotive and railroad products.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 77,  Jun 1988

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