Machinery Lubrication June 2016

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Noria Corporation

In celebration of its 15th anniversary, Machinery Lubrication magazine presents 15 of the best lubrication tips that have been offered through the years. From the very first issue in May 200…

Jack Weeks, GPM Hydraulic Consulting

When hydraulic oil turns from that golden honey color of new oil to a dark brown, does that mean it must be changed immediately? Is the system suffering from lost lubricating properties or g…

Noria Corporation’s 17th annual Reliable Plant Conference & Exhibition, which was held recently in Louisville, Kentucky, proved to be among the most successful in the event’s history, drawin…

Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

ISO 55000 is a game-changer to machinery asset management and the field of reliability in general. If you haven’t heard of ISO 55000, this might be a great time to get acquainted - very acqu…

Jeremy Wright, Noria Corporation

Successful maintenance and reliability managers understand the investments of time, money and energy, including how the three are related and can be substituted for one another. Learn the ex…

Bennett Fitch, Noria Corporation

Often the steps involved in selecting an oil analysis laboratory are guided by the wrong motivations. Discover which factors you should consider and why your end goal can provide the answers…

Garrett Bapp, Noria Corporation

While not every piece of equipment will self-destruct because the oil level is higher or lower than it should be, there are machines that can be expected to fail based on the oil level.

Suzy Hitchcock, ICML

The International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) recently named its 2015 Augustus H. Gill and John R. Battle award winners at the Reliable Plant Conference & Exhibition in Louisvil…

After working at a tissue-converting plant in Beirut, Lebanon, Jad Salem came to the United States and began his career at Kimberly-Clark’s tissue mill in Fullerton, California. He soon tran…

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