Machinery Lubrication October 2011

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Jim Fitch, Noria Corporation

For years Noria has been saying, “The cost of excluding a gram of dirt is probably only about 10 percent of what it will cost you once it gets into your oil.” Recently, a Noria training client...

Noria Corporation

In today’s culture of looking for high returns on investments, there are not many that can compare to a comprehensive lubrication program. Tremendous financial savings can be enjoyed by eliminating...

Jeremy Wright

In the broadest sense, gas and diesel engine oils have the same anatomy or makeup. They are formulated from the blending of base oils and additives to achieve a set of desired performance ch…

Suzy Jamieson, ICML

Ten years ago, ICML held its very first examination session in Biloxi, Miss., changing the course of the machinery lubrication industry. In the small pioneering group of only six practitioners...

Name: Jan Christensen Age: 60 Title: Lubrication Technician 2 Company: Kennecott Utah Copper Location: Magna, Utah Years of Service: 10 years     Jan Christensen...

Beatriz Graça, INEGI Jorge Seabra, FEUP Pinto Sousa, Portucel

Turbine oils are subjected to a wide range of conditions - extreme heat, entrained air, moisture, contamination by dirt and debris, inadvertent mixing with different oil, etc. - that degrade...

Noria Corporation

Machinery Lubrication recently issued its annual Lube Room Challenge for readers to submit exceptional lube rooms that incorporate best-practice features. Several readers met the challenge...

Brendan Casey

Last year there was a book on the New York Times bestseller list called Have a New Kid by Friday. It was written by psychologist Kevin Leman and has sold more than 400,000 copies. To capitalize on...

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