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January 09, 2019
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•  Advice for Transporting Oil Drums
•  Can You Replace Oil with Grease?
•  Determining the ISO Viscosity Grade
•  Considerations for Choosing Lubes
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Advice for Transporting Oil Drums
When shipping a 55-gallon drum a long distance, consider placing a sheet of 1-inch foam on the pallet. Wiggle the drum downward and strap securely. The foam helps to take up the space and reduce the flexing of the drum's bottom panel when traveling. This results in fewer leaks from cracks. (Dave Wolman, Motul Lubricants)
Join us in Atlanta on Jan. 22-24 for Machinery Lubrication I training.
Unseen Contamination Present in New, Refined Oils
Unseen Contamination Present in New, Refined Oils
Translucent new oil is visually assumed to be clean but many times contains more contamination than the existing oil being replaced. Find out why, plus the critical proactive maintenance step to assure the new oil is clean.
The Answer
Can You Replace Oil with Grease?
Can You Replace Oil with Grease?
When an equipment manufacturer recommends oil for a gearbox, the lubricant typically is selected based on the operating conditions. Discover why oil is preferred in these applications as well as when grease is recommended.
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Grease Bearings Right!
Grease Bearings Right!
Optimize bearing lubrication with the SDT LUBEChecker ultrasound solution. This intuitive device ensures bearings receive the right amount of grease at intervals dictated by condition, not run time —ideal for Operator Driven Reliability.
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Determining the ISO Viscosity Grade
     Question: What is the ISO viscosity grade that sequentially follows ISO VG 320?
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Claim Early-Bird Pricing for Reliable Plant 2019
Claim Early-Bird Pricing for Reliable Plant 2019
Reliable Plant Conference & Exhibition will mark its 20th anniversary April 16-18, 2019, in Cleveland, Ohio. To celebrate, we're offering $400 off registration, but hurry! This offer ends at 11:59 p.m. (CST) on Jan. 16, 2018.
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Considerations for Choosing Lubes
Considerations for Choosing Lubes
By properly matching the needs of your equipment to the properties of the lubricant, you not only can extend the life of your machinery, but you can also help protect the environment.
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ML I - The First Step in ICML Certification
ML I - The First Step in ICML Certification
Education is a pillar of success. Start your journey to ICML certification with the Machinery Lubrication I course. Aligned with the ICML body of knowledge, this course will prepare you for the road ahead.
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Poll: Confident in Your Oil Analysis Data?
     Poll Question: Are you confident in the validity of your oil analysis data?
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•  Oil Oxidation
•  Wear Debris Analysis
•  Lubrication Programs
•  Grease Compatibility
•  Maintenance And Reliability
•  Turbine Lubrication
Noria Training Calendar
Machinery Lubrication I
January 22-24 - Atlanta, GA

Machinery Lubrication I
February 19-21 - San Diego, CA
Oil Analysis II
February 19-21 - San Diego, CA

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