EVENTS & training

Canoil Canada’s first Power Generation Webinar.

“Introduction to EHC Fluid Maintenance” 
presented by Ken Brown.

Fire-resistant phosphate ester fluids used in electro-hydraulic control (EHC) systems face unique challenges, many of which are preventable. A lot has been learned in the 70+ years that these fluids have been used. This webinar will cover the history of phosphate ester fluids, areas of application and best practices in testing and maintenance.

Ken is a P.Eng. with a BASc and MASc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo. His Master’s thesis was on the wear of CANDU reactor tube materials. In 1976, he joined Ontario Hydro working on bearings, lubes, seals and EHC fluids for new and existing fossil and nuclear power stations on standards, design specifications, tender reviews and trouble shooting. Ken left Ontario Hydro in 1993 and now provides support to Canoil and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) as well as to individual power stations.


For EPRI, Ken has contributed to several Lube Notes and was the main contractor for their EHC fluid maintenance and the EHC fluid compatibility guides. He continues to provide day to day technical support as well as being an invited speaker at EPRI Steam Turbine Generator User Group (TGUG) and Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) workshops.

Moderator: Sologo Lewis, CLS


To register for this free webinar click the following link:

Introduction to EHC Fluid Maintenance


We hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy through these unusual times. Live event and attendance planning for 2020 is on hold as we await direction from governments and event organizers. Canoil looks forward to meeting our customers and suppliers remotely using video conferencing platforms. We thank those who have connected with us through this medium. It is always good to stay connected.

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White Papers,  VSG versus H1 Food Grade Grease


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