Filtering new and used oil prolongs oil life and protects equipment from wear.
Studies have shown that as much as 70% of all premature machine failures can be attributed to contamination. To prevent these failures, it is important to purify the new oil as it comes into the facility and then keep it clean throughout its life. By establishing an ISO code cleanliness goal and maintaining it, you will extend the life of the oil and the equipment.
- Preston Rubottom
- Lubrication Engineers
Oil Analysis Alarms: Practical Steps to Increase Your Site’s Ability to Manage Abnormal Lubrication Events
This five-part standardized approach can improve oil analysis alarm limits for detecting and managing abnormal lubrication events.
- Ray Garvey
Amy Lachman, the President of PhyMet, inc. discusses how Micropoly came to be, and the benefits of mixing oil with polymers versus other methods of lubrication.
- Amy Lachman
Tribology is the science that studies the relationship between lubrication, friction, and wear. It is all about the lubricant film inside the bearing. The film that happens inside a roller element bearing, whatever the shape of the roller is, is referred to as Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication. Mina Soliman explains these terms more in depth.
- Mina Soliman
- Noria Corporation
Lubrication is a must for every rotating machine, that's why lubrication plays a vital role in plant assets reliability. Lubrication management is required, so lubrication strategies needs to be build on the industrial environments and with incorporation of best practices.
- Syed Munawer Hasan
- Plant Asset Efficiency Solutions
In this webinar, the author will discuss the benefits of implementing IIOT based remote monitoring strategy for essential Plant Assets and how this could enable a connected Asset Management framework that facilitates faster data collection, pan organizational visualization of the asset health and reliability metrics, ML/AI based automated diagnostics and moving the data not the people!
- Håkan Hedlund
- SPM Instrument AB
This webinar will discuss the importance of having a lubrication playbook for your organization. Having a playbook will help the team visualize targets, understand continuous improvement model, and know what is needed to achieve goals and be successful.
- Paul Dufresne
- Reliability Playbook, in Partnership with Lubrication Engineers