Receive a Contamination Control Transfusion - in Just Three Days

Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

Imagine that there is a very special building in a magical city, and for three days it is the center of the universe in lubrication contamination control. Through the doors of this building you would find the world’s greatest secrets of how to launch a world-class contamination control program, all available to you. Even more, imagine what treasures you’d find inside this building when given ready access to each of the following:

  • A contamination control dream team, made up of the world’s leading consultants and specialists

  • Filters and separators of nearly every shape, size and design on display by 25 different manufacturers

  • The most celebrated user organizations in contamination control and the blueprint to their success revealed

  • Nearly 20 different kinds of particle counters exhibited for your inspection

  • At least 20 commercial oil analysis labs offering analytical services for various types of contaminants

  • Numerous oil reclamation products and service providers to assist you with every need

  • Instrument designers and manufacturers for analysis of more than 10 different types of contaminants that can be used on-site

Does all this sound too good to be true? It may sound like wishful thinking … but the grand event will be happening the last week in April on the San Antonio River Walk. This Mecca event is Lubrication Excellence 2005 - the world’s largest conference and exhibition on lubrication, oil analysis and contamination control. Join me and more than 1,200 others, including some 135 vendors, who will be there like yourself with similar purpose and objectives.

So if you are like me, an ardent believer in the virtues of clean, dry and cool, we’ll see you in April at the greatest contamination control show on earth.

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About the Author

Jim Fitch, a founder and CEO of Noria Corporation, has a wealth of experience in lubrication, oil analysis, and machinery failure investigations. He has advise...