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March 20, 2019
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•  Consider Self-Closing Valves
•  What to Include in a Lube Route
•  Reducing Three-Body Abrasion
•  How to Top up Small Oil Reservoirs
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Consider Self-Closing Valves
Consider using self-closing valves as the dispensing valves on oil drums that are stored in a horizontal position. A self-closing valve will eliminate the possibility of the dispensing valve being left partially open and draining the entire contents of the drum on the ground or containment pad. (Eric S. Ernst, PPG Industries)
Join us in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on April 2-4 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.
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What to Include in a Lube Route
What to Include in a Lube Route
Many things must be considered when creating lubrication routes. A well-planned route will use step-by-step tasks to ensure consistency, because no matter who performs the route, it should be executed the same way every time.
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Cutting-Edge Vibration Analysis
Cutting-Edge Vibration Analysis
VIBWORKS is a new portable solution for asset health monitoring. Featuring several different software modules, it allows you to perform reliable diagnosis and monitoring on rotating machines, in less time with less effort.
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Reducing Three-Body Abrasion
     Question: What can reduce three-body abrasion in a machine?
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International Reliability Conference in Cork, Ireland
International Reliability Conference in Cork, Ireland
With over 30 speakers from Ireland & the world, Reliability Ireland 2019 takes place in Cork on 26 & 27 March. Themes include Industry 4.0; 21st century condition-monitoring; and leadership skills for project success.
How to Top up Small Oil Reservoirs
How to Top up Small Oil Reservoirs
A maintenance team's focus is often on large equipment that can shut down production, but what about smaller reservoirs, those with capacities of only a few ounces to 10 gallons? How do you keep these systems in good condition?
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Plant Maintenance Digitalization at Reliable Plant 2019
Plant Maintenance Digitalization at Reliable Plant 2019
Discover how to make the journey to maintenance digitalization, including how to implement new technological advances such as the IIoT, with our Plant Maintenance Digitalization certificate program at Reliable Plant 2019.
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Poll: Most Common Type of Contamination
     Poll Question: Which type of contamination causes the most problems at your plant?
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•  3 Keys to Success When Implementing Your Plant Reliability Strategy
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Noria Training Calendar
APRIL 2019
Machinery Lubrication I
April 2-4 - Tulsa, OK

MAY 2019
Machinery Lubrication I
May 14-16 - Houston, TX
Machinery Lubrication II
May 14-16 - Houston, TX

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