Machinery Lubrication June 2019

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Brian Thorp

While the Seminole Electric Cooperative in Jacksonville, Florida, successfully extended the life of the lubricants used in its electro-hydraulic control systems, see the unintended consequen…

Jeremy Wright, Advanced Technology Services

Which lubrication misconceptions are hurting your operations? It’s well worth your time to find the answers. Addressing lubrication issues can provide industrial facilities with significant …

Jack Weeks, GPM Hydraulic Consulting

One concept that prevents many people from being able to successfully troubleshoot their hydraulic systems is the failure to understand the difference between pressure and flow. While it is …

Natalie Blythe, Noria Corporation

Close to 1,100 maintenance and reliability professionals congregated at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland to celebrate Noria’s 20th installment of the Reliable Plant Conference &…

Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

Unlike other exams and certifications related to lubrication and lubricant analysis, the new Machinery Lubrication Engineer (MLE) certification stands alone as the highest professional desig…

Bennett Fitch, Noria Corporation

The design of lubrication task routes can be optimized when a few key prerequisites are established. Learn how to create better lube task routes for your maintenance program.

Keith Spoonmore, Noria Corporation

Oxidation can be described as the degradation of good oil gone bad. Discover how a bad environment can have devastating effects on the quality and life of a lubricant.

Ben Leonard began his career in lubrication while serving as a reliability engineer at a cement manufacturing company, where he was in charge of lube routes, oil sampling and predictive main…

Paul Hiller, ICML

The International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) recently announced two new offerings: the ICML 55 standard and the Machinery Lubrication Engineer (MLE) certification. Both promise…

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