MER's Sea Change Oil Regeneration System
Contrary to popular belief, oil does not break down or wear out. It gets dirty... in the past, oil has needed to be replaced regularly as it becomes contaminated and, in the case of engine oil, loses vital additives over a relatively short period of time. By keeping the oil clean and the base additives in check, oil will remain in good shape significantly longer; additionally, through consistent oil sampling and analysis, will safely extend oil drain intervals.
SCOR is a high-efficiency multistage bypass filtering system designed to remove solid, liquid, and gaseous contaminants from engine or hydraulic oil before they can accumulate and cause damage. Working in conjunction with the O.E.M. full flow filter, the SCOR system is constantly removing these contaminants and replenishing base additives (engine oil only) and maximizing the life of your engine or hydraulic equipment. By enabling continuously clean oil to circulate through your equipment, the system allows oil to do its job, providing optimum lubricating, cooling and sealing performance
Regular oil sampling will confirm the oil is good for continued use.
The SCOR oil filtration system is the only bypass system which addresses:
1. Removal of solid contaminants to below one micron
2. Removal of liquid and gaseous contaminants
3. Replenishment of additives to properly maintain chemical balance.
It is imperative that these three conditions be met in order to safely extend oil drain intervals.
How does SCOR work?
1. Oil enters the system at a slow rate of 6-8 GPH (engine) or 12-16 GPH (hydraulic)
2. Oil passes upward through a patented chemically grafted filter (CGP), increasing filtration efficiency and filtering solid contaminants to below one micron.
3. Patented polymer technology (SAP) absorbs and removes water and gaseous contaminants trapped in the oil. No venting is required.
4. Oil passes through a time-release element that replenishes and maintains additive levels and viscosity.
5. Oil is gravity-fed back to engine or hydraulic tank
What size do I need?
|Models & Specifications
|Maximum Oil Capacity (engines)
|Maximum Oil Capacity (hydraulics)
|Flow Rate (engines)
|Flow Rate (hydraulics)