If you have a good lubrication strategy, you will improve your plant and equipment uptime. If you execute poor lubrication practices, you will not achieve the success you are looking for.
Which lubrication misconceptions are hurting your operations? It’s well worth your time to find the answers. Addressing lubrication issues can provide any industrial facility with significant financial opportunities and a rapid return on investment. Keep in mind that lubrication is 100% proactive maintenance, which makes it an ideal approach for those seeking to break the profit-draining cycles of corrective and reactive maintenance.
By following lubrication best practices and using appropriate management tools, industrial facilities can reduce unplanned downtime and reactive maintenance, eliminate the primary cause of equipment failure at its source, achieve higher productivity from existing equipment assets and personnel, and minimize oil waste and environmental costs.
For any given plant, there are several important steps that, if implemented, will increase equipment reliability. This webinar will discuss the lubrication best practices that can help companies achieve the optimal result in maintenance costs compared to production reliability.
About the Presenter:
Paul Dufresne is an experienced Advisor with a demonstrated history of working in the paper & forest products industry. Skilled in Petroleum, Operations Management, RCM, Predictive Maintenance, and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). Strong professional with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) focused in History from University of Central Florida.
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About the Author
Paul DufresneReliability Coach, Reliability Playbook, in Partnership with Lubrication Engineers
Paul Dufresne started Reliability Playbook in 2017 which is a service provider offering expertise to companies in nearly every industry. Primary offerings include maintenance and reliability best practices; lubrication program development; predictive maintenance program development; and support for MAINTelligence and Lube-It software. Specific services include audits/assessments; training and certification; troubleshooting; root cause failure analysis; program optimization; database construction; route configuration; PM optimization; field walk downs; and coaching and mentoring of technicians.