Machinery Lubrication February 2021

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Bennett Fitch, Noria Corporation

What are you really doing when you buy a training seat? For some, it’s just another annual budget item that needs spending. Another, more honest answer that we have heard some version of many...

Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

We’ve all seen them. Perhaps some of us daily. Many take on a certain beauty, almost like a natural cave formation or a work of art. Most have organic characteristics like mosses or algae. Dust...

Wes Cash, Noria Corporation

While choosing the proper lubricant is the first important step in any lubricant selection process, a similar amount of consideration should be given to picking the correct lubricant supplier...

Paul Farless

Around the industry these days, we all hear similar things about keeping in service lubricants clean, cool and dry. But what about the lubricants that aren’t in-service yet? Those lubricants...

Matthew Adams, Noria Corporation

Myopia is a condition in which the eye fails to refract, bend and focus light properly, causing distant objects to be blurry or unclear. The familiar term, short-sightedness, accurately...

David Dise, Noria Corporation

The six steps for managing and controlling lubricant contamination are vital for any successful lubrication program. Keeping our lubricants cool, clean and dry will help equipment run better,...

Bennett Fitch, Noria Corporation

Lubrication is full of metrics. Whether it’s oil analysis, equipment uptime, filtration or route compliance, all have a role to play. There is one metric in lubrication that has proven...

Name: Sam Deters   Age: 33 Job Title: Engineering Maintenance Reliability and Automation (EMRA) Leader Company: Novelis Corporation Location: Terre Haute, IN Length of...