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Chapter8Cleaning - Cleaning engine parts Debris often...

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Cleaning engine parts Debris often missed Under side of intake Leading cause of bearing failure Particle contamination Oil pump pick-up screen
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Cleaning engine parts Solvent tanks Small degreasing jobs Safe for all metals in engines
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Cleaning engine parts Cold tanks Safe for all metals in engines Slow soaking process
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Cleaning engine parts Hot tanks - Used for ferrous, nonferrous, or both Ferrous - caustics for iron and steel only (pH 12.5) Working assemblies may bind in hot tanks No cleaning solution dissolves carbon Rinse with water and spray with rust inhibitor Corrosion may take place after cleaning Both - detergents for all materials
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Cleaning engine parts Ovens for degreasing Environmentally safe process Primary chamber for cleaning Exhaust afterburner to control emissions Process Primary chamber heats to 375 ° F to start vaporization Exhaust afterburner (1300°F) oxidizes vapors in stack
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