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The information in your oil analysis report is dependent on the sample submitted. A typical sample of 60 mL often represents a volume 1000 times or more. This 60 mL sample contains critical information such as oil condition, contaminants, and wear debris. If the sample is missing important data, your analysis may be inaccurate. The way the oil sample is pulled can often negatively impact the information contained in the oil sample. Discover how you can step up your oil sampling program and start getting the reliable samples you need for oil analysis.
When considering an asset, or a potential capital expenditure for next year’s budget, what is the threshold for determining whether that piece of equipment needs to be capitalized? Is it $100,000, $50,000, perhaps even as low as $5,000? There are some painstaking processes to take care of assets once they are in the plant, as well as justification to make sure that they provide the necessary efficiencies required. Would it make sense to treat oil in the same manner, as an asset?
An in-depth look at Luneta’s Condition Monitoring Pod (CMP) and how it can improve your lubrication program.
How do we get the point across to management that Lubrication Excellence equals good business? Isn’t this the big question? Among the more frequently asked questions in lubrication training courses is “how do I make management understand the importance of this stuff?” The question is usually followed by the statement that “we need it, but I can’t seem to get the message across to them.” There are lots of reasons why you can’t get management onboard, but they can generally be reduced to two broad categories: the lack of access and inability to speak the same language.

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