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Our seasoned experts have seen and solved many different lubrication issues in our work with facilities across North America. And yet, every day, there's something new. Whenever we spot a fresh challenge, we'll bring it to your attention - along with some advice you can apply in your plant.  Drop us a line to contact us, subscribe or suggest specific topics.
January 14, 2020 / by Jim Jung

Reducing Equipment Oil Changes Could Deliver Eye-Popping Cost Savings

If you only perform maintenance procedures when you need to, based on data and science, you stand to save time and money.

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December 12, 2019 / by Victoria Bunchek

Learn More from Oil Analysis by Starting from the Right Reference Point

Taking reference samples of oil before you put it into your system is an essential benchmarking step to help identify problems that occur while the oil is in service. But when exactly should you take these samples?

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December 03, 2019 / by Mike Gauthier

It’s Time to Clean Up Your Lubricant Storage Act

With everything else on your mind, you may not spend much time worrying about how and where you store equipment lubricants. But really, you should. Storing your lubricants properly is just as important as effectively maintaining any critical asset in your plant.

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November 19, 2019 / by Mike Gauthier

Don’t Assume New Oil Is Good

The unfortunate reality is that new oil often arrives in questionable condition. Out of 1,000 recent new oil samples we tested in our lab, 45% rated marginal or critical in terms of water or particulate contamination.

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