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Whether inadequate lubrication, component defects or poor maintenance practices are to blame for your equipment problems, wear debris analysis can help indicate a pending failure. While it m…
Lubrication in the cement industry offers some unique challenges. Find out the best strategies for proper lubricant selection and application.
The next logical step in making substantial gains in equipment reliability and life extension may be achieved by taking a closer look at the contaminants hiding in your greases.
All oil filters are not created equal and cannot be tested using the same standards. Learn how you can verify the filter efficiencies of your oil systems.
The operational reliability and durability of bearings can be significantly improved by correctly assessing and adjusting their lubrication.
When troubleshooting hydraulic systems, most everyone looks for something large to be the problem, such as a pump or cylinder, but every component has a function, including the check valve.
A well-constructed inspection plan enhances the likelihood and magnitude of successful and sustained deployment. Discover which tasks and features should be incorporated when writing your pl…
Although polishing wear can have both good and bad consequences, it usually is best to avoid any wear mode.
Whether you win an award from the International Council for Machinery Lubrication or not, the more applications you submit, the more tangible the benefits you will receive.
Over the past couple of years, Roger Story has helped others understand the importance of lubrication excellence while advancing the lube program at the Owens Corning plant in Aiken, South C…