Accurate Oil Testing: 6 Ways to Mess Up Oil Sampling

Posted by Angela Morrow on Sep 14, 2017 9:10:00 AM

Oil analysis is a necessary component in machine health and longevity. Accurate oil analysis can provide valuable information regarding your lubricant’s cleanliness, levels of additives, and degree of wear. Regular oil testing allows you to track trends in data over time, which helps you recognize changes that indicate impending damage or failure is looming.

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Topics: Downtime Maintenance, Oil Analysis

[SlideShare] A Guide to Lubrication Partnerships

Posted by Angela Morrow on Aug 29, 2017 9:18:00 AM

Improper and insufficient industrial lubrication practices lead to equipment failures that cost U.S. businesses as much as $1 trillion per year in lost productivity, costly reactive maintenance, and unscheduled downtime.

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Topics: Downtime Maintenance

Strategic Staffing During Downtime Maintenance

Posted by Angela Morrow on Jun 20, 2017 2:00:00 PM

Downtime maintenance shutdowns are labor intensive. Determining your staffing needs can be one of the most challenging aspects of planning a cost-effective downtime maintenance project.

You must assess the skills and capabilities of your in-house workforce and determine where supplementing them will aid your team in successfully completing all the scheduled work. You must also ensure skilled professionals are readily available to quickly handle the unforeseen tasks that inevitably arise during even the best-planned shutdowns.

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Topics: Downtime Maintenance, Staffing

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