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Gehl Company’s VitalTRAC fluid analysis program protects against equipment down-time

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The program allows owner to monitor equipment performance and component life online.

| June 14, 2010

WEST BEND, Wis. – Gehl Company’s VitalTRAC fluid analysis program has become a preventative monitoring tool that can protect equipment owners from expensive equipment down-time. The VitalTRAC program allows Gehl equipment owners to protect their investment by utilizing a fluid analysis program and monitoring their equipment’s performance and component life online.

“The VitalTRAC fluid analysis program helps to determine the root cause of an engine failure, and may even prevent unnecessary installation of new parts on an engine that is likely to have those parts fail again. Even greater value can be achieved by consistently using the VitalTRAC fluid analysis program to monitor and help extend the life of the engine and other equipment systems,” says Michael Jerred, Gehl Company customer satisfaction manager.

By using the VitalTRAC program to routinely test engine oils, coolants, hydraulic oils, gear oils and fuel, in conjunction with a regimented preventative maintenance program, customers can expect to see benefits including:

•Extended machine and component life
•Optimized fluid change intervals
•Additional “uptime” during critical work periods
•Proactive prevention of equipment failure
•Increased resale value
 

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