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Six routines must be followed in order to minimize the chances of your hydraulic equipment suffering costly, premature component failures and unscheduled downtime: * Maintain fluid cleanliness; * Maintain fluid temperature and viscosity within optimum limits; * Maintain hydraulic system settings to manufacturers' specifications; * Schedule component change-outs before they fail; * Follow correct commissioning procedures; and * Conduct failure analysis.

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