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October 02, 2019
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In This Issue
•  Use Caution with Grease Lines
•  How Water Affects Oil Filters
•  How Lube Base Stocks Are Produced
•  What a Change in Oil Color Means
•  Keys for Proper Grease Selection
 
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Use Caution with Grease Lines
 
Use caution with grease lines that run out of the machine frame and are intended to provide easy lubrication access. Since these line extensions often carry more than a few shots of grease, the grease entering the bearing will not be robust and fresh. Vibration, time and temperature changes can lead to leaching of oil components from the grease thickener. The best approach is to provide access to the lube point as close to the bearing as possible. This enables the bearing to be inspected and ensures that fresh grease enters the lube cavity. (William Morgan, Morgan and Associates)
 
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Don’t miss smart ways to push your operations to a new level of performance on our blog. Increase uptime and reduce maintenance costs with the latest tips, trends and solutions from the lubrication experts.
 
 
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How Water Affects Oil Filters
 
How Water Affects Oil Filters
 
While some moisture can enhance an oil filter's ability to capture solid particles, when unexpected water is exposed to the system, it can clog the filter and cause a drastic change in the differential pressure.
 
 
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How Lube Base Stocks Are Produced
 
     Question: What are some of the refinery steps employed to produce finished lubricant base stocks?
 
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New! Machinery Lubrication Engineering Course
 
New! Machinery Lubrication Engineering Course
 
Go beyond the traditional lubrication subjects and undertake a holistic approach toward developing, implementing and managing a world-class lubrication program with Noria’s new Machinery Lubrication Engineering (MLE) course.
 
 
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What a Change in Oil Color Means
 
What a Change in Oil Color Means
 
A lubricant color change can be cause for concern, as it often indicates the oil's composition or chemistry has been modified. Learn how a lubricant's color is related to its viscosity, formulation and contamination level.
 
 
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Keys for Proper Grease Selection
 
Keys for Proper Grease Selection
 
There are several important factors you should consider when selecting a grease. The thickeners should be your first concern, as most are not compatible. This is especially true with polyurea-based thickeners.
 
 
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•  Understanding the Lubrication Challenges of Aging Assets
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•  High Viscosity Filter Elements to Maintain Oil Cleanliness
•  De-Mystifying Varnish - An Update
 
 
Explore Topics
•  Oil Analysis
•  Gear Lubrication
•  Hydraulics
•  Motor Oils
•  Varnish
•  Oil Reclamation
 
 
Noria Training Calendar
 
OCTOBER 2019
Machinery Lubrication I
October 15-17 - Cincinnati, OH
Oil Analysis II
October 15-17 - Cincinnati, OH
 
 
NOVEMBER 2019
Machinery Lubrication I
November 19-21 - Phoenix, AZ
Machinery Lubrication II
November 19-21 - Phoenix, AZ
 
 

 
 
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