Machinery Lubrication December 2020

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Gerardo Trujillo, Noria Corporation Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

Many organizations aspire to achieve the state of lubrication excellence. This is indeed a lofty goal, but not beyond the reach of a focused and determined team. What defines lubrication...

Wes Cash, Noria Corporation

Perhaps the most fundamental process in a lubrication program is selecting which lubricant to use. This decision is of the utmost importance. There are very few decisions that have a more...

Travis Richardson

Whether you are eating out at a restaurant or preparing a meal at home, you expect your food to be handled with care and safe to eat. But most people rarely think about the rules and...

Matthew Adams, Noria Corporation

While all six Lubricant Lifecycle Stages within The Ascend Chart play a significant role inside program ownership, one that specifically stands out with regard to site improvement and...

Paul Farless

Contamination control and lubricant reconditioning is one of the most important lifecycle stages on the Ascend Chart. Contaminant exclusion and removal are somewhat obvious when it comes to...

Jim Fitch

Arguably, more change has occurred related to lubricant analysis and condition monitoring in the past 30 years than all other areas of lubrication. Why does this make sense? The wisest among...

Name: Troy Gooden Age: 46 Job Title: Rotating Equipment Specialist Location: Waggaman, LA Length of Service: 13 Years With 12 years under his belt at Cornerstone Chemical...

Bennett Fitch

By this point in the Lubricant Lifecycle Stages, it quickly becomes evident that there are numerous variables going into each lubrication decision. Even the most granular lubrication topics...