A rare look behind the flywheel on a Cooper Bessemer GMWA… We often complain about a small oil leak on the rear seal behind the flywheel. But to remove the flywheel is a substantial investment of time and money, not even considering the potential safety concerns. A $5 per day oil leak becomes much more palatable when viewed through that lens. But if you decide to remove the flywheel to make the repair, we can tell you how to do it safely and correctly. Join us at the Eastern Gas Compression Roundtable on May 3-5, 2022 at the David Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh to learn more.
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