Machinery Lubrication August 2019

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Roger Story, Owens Corning

Discover how the Owens Corning facility in Aiken, South Carolina, developed a successful lubrication program, upgraded its lube room and transformed its culture.

Stephen Steen, Poseidon Systems

Among the latest advancements in oil analysis are in-line, real-time oil sensors, which promise to deliver true online monitoring capabilities.

Jack Weeks, GPM Hydraulic Consulting

If speed control is important to your operation, switching to one of these flow controls may help.

Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

Learn the best strategies for making transformational change in your maintenance and reliability program.

Wes Cash, Noria Corporation

When managers take the time to train their staff and ensure everyone has the necessary lubrication skills, the results can be extraordinary.

Alejandro Meza, Noria Corporation

Many high-level leaders are not aware of the impact unnecessary costs can have on their plant budget or of the benefits that can be realized by implementing a reliability strategy.

Devin Jarrett, Noria Corporation

There are many opinions on how best to use, handle and store grease guns. While these practices may seem insignificant, they can have a dramatic impact on your lubrication program.

For the past 18 years, Bob Atkinson has worked at the Chambers Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant in Pierce County, Washington, including 1½ years as a maintenance technician and 16½ …

Paul Hiller, ICML

The International Council for Machinery Lubrication will announce its Gill and Battle award winners at the Machinery Lubrication Conference & Exhibition in November. This change has resulted…