I work in the waste field. We run a lot of garbage trucks. We have been seeing a lot of black carbon looking stuff in return filters. We believe it's from the inside of hoses from heat. The engineers are saying it's stuff being ingested through the cylinders. When cutting open hoses we don't see lots if chunking or cracking. It seems the inner lining on bends is thinner on one side than other. Any insight woukd be greatly appreciated.
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