OCF - Oil Contamination Flush (Cooling System Flush)
OCF - Oil Contamination Flush (Cooling System Flush)
OCF - Oil Contamination Flush (Cooling System Flush)
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OCF - Oil Contamination Flush (Cooling System Flush)

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ENHANCED COOLANT ANALYSIS

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  • OCF - Oil Contamination Flush - Self service flush to eliminate oil contamination and restore your cooling system to zero hour and ensure and maintain operation.

 

Get the most hours out of your systems with less downtime.

 

OCF - Oil Contamination Flush

 

STEP 1

  1. OCF is READY TO USE.
  2. Record water pump pressure and all temps.
  3. Shutdown/Remove Surge/Day Tank Cap.
  4. Install 1” ball valve on each side of block underneath rail.
  5. Drain all old coolant.
  6. Fill with Flush until overflow from Surge/Day Tank. (Dilution 1:1).
  7. Start/Run Unit loaded at full speed with flush 7 – 14 days (10 Days Optimal)

 

STEP 2

  1. Shutdown/Remove Surge/Day Tank Cap.
  2. Power wash Surge/Day Tank with STH - Surge Tank Hose (while still hot and full). Let particles overflow. (15-20 min)
  3. Drain Flush via ball valve on each side of block underneath rail. (dispose as you would old coolant)
  4. *If Rust Is Present
  5. *Fill with deionized water until overflow from Surge/Day Tank.
  6. *Start/Run Unit loaded at full speed with flush until up to temp and thermostats open.
  7. *Drain Unit
  8. *Fill with RRF - Rust Removal  Flush and run 2 hours at full temp.
  9. *Drain Flush (dispose as you would old coolant)
  10. Fill with deionized water until overflow from Surge/Day Tank.
  11. Start/Run Unit loaded at full speed with flush until up to temp and thermostats open.
  12. Continue to pump in water until overflow at Surge/Day Tank before opening ball valves. (2 x volume) overflow until clean.
  13. Inspect water pump and replace thermostats.
  14. Drain Unit / Fill with New Coolant*

 

*(Best Practice) Do not leave or run with water only. 

Fill with coolant mix and 3%  CRI – Corrosion Rust Inhibitor

 

Power wash out Surge/Day Tank while full. Let particles overflow. (15 minutes) (If Needed)

OCF -Oil Contamination Flush - SDS

 

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