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Mike Gauthier

Notes from the Field
Mike works closely with plants across North America to help them improve asset reliability.
October 15, 2019 / by Mike Gauthier

Application Spotlight: Protecting Boiler Feedwater Pumps

It’s important to note that contaminants can get into your machinery oil in lots of different ways. How it’s stored and handled in your facility is one big issue, for example.

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October 01, 2019 / by Mike Gauthier

Vented Constant Level Oilers: A Closer Look at One Possible Contamination Culprit

If oil analysis is showing particulate or water contamination of your machine lubricant, one of the key places to look is the technical specs related to the equipment. The details of what’s in and on the machine often shed some light on possible contamination causes.

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September 05, 2019 / by Mike Gauthier

Inside the Essential Tests of Oil Analysis

The fundamental purpose of oil analysis is to make sure the oil is capable of doing this important job. But you can learn a lot more from oil analysis than whether your lubricant is any good – if you get some real experts on your side, you do a comprehensive oil analysis program and you stick with it.

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