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December 04, 2019
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In This Issue
•  Why New Oil Isn't Always Perfect
•  3 Ways to Analyze an Oil Filter
•  When to Sample Steam Turbine Oil
•  Why Lube Sampling Methods Matter
•  Optimizing Maintenance Resources
 
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Why New Oil Isn't Always Perfect
 
Don't assume new oil comes to you in a good condition. At my plant, we had just finished a drum of oil and were getting ready to dispose of it when our technician noticed what seemed to be grease in the bottom of the drum. We sampled the substance and immediately called in our oil supplier. It seems the tackifier was not mixed properly, and as a result, it settled out into the bottom of the drum. Now we routinely inspect every oil drum after it is drained to look for signs of problems. (Bill Jacobyansky, Guardian Industries)
 
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SDT LUBExpert - Grease Bearings Right
 
The SDT LUBExpert, with its on-board lubrication algorithm, helps you Grease Bearings Right.  Embedded artificial intelligence thinks with, and for the lube tech at all steps of the grease replenishment task. LUBExpert employs expert logic to overcome the many challenges that threaten Lubrication Excellence.
 
 
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3 Ways to Analyze an Oil Filter
 
3 Ways to Analyze an Oil Filter
 
Inspections of used oil filters can be quite helpful. Not only can you learn information about the filter itself but also about the machine's health. Discover the three different ways to analyze debris found in filters.
 
 
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Launch a Program Today for Better Reliability Tomorrow
 
Launch a Program Today for Better Reliability Tomorrow
 
Is your facility lacking in lubrication excellence? Are you unsure of the steps required to achieve this? Discover how Noria works hand-in-hand with companies to enable reliability through better lubrication processes. 
 
 
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When to Sample Steam Turbine Oil
 
     Question: What is the recommended sampling interval for a steam turbine?
 
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Luneta's Bowl: Proactive Monitoring Made Easy
 
Luneta's Bowl: Proactive Monitoring Made Easy
 
Serving as both a 3D sight glass and a bottom sediment and water (BS&W) bowl, the Bowl allows for immediate visual inspection of oil as well as early contaminant detection. Get the ultimate 2-in-1 accessory with the Bowl.
 
 
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Why Lube Sampling Methods Matter
 
Why Lube Sampling Methods Matter
 
The best analysts at the top labs cannot produce meaningful results from lubricant samples that have been taken incorrectly. Find out why it's important to not only generate analysis data but also to ensure the data has value.
 
 
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Add Flexibility to Your Schedule with Online Training
 
Add Flexibility to Your Schedule with Online Training
 
We understand that nowadays everyone has busy schedules and finding the time to keep up with training can be difficult. That's why Noria offers select courses online to give you flexibility when it comes to your training.
 
 
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Optimizing Maintenance Resources
 
From "Maintenance, Replacement and Reliability: Theory and Applications, Second Edition":

Within an organization, there are generally some maintenance facilities available, such as workshops, stores and tradespeople. In addition, there is usually some form of arrangement between the organization and the contractors who are capable of performing some or all of the maintenance work required by the organization. The problem is to determine the best composition of facilities for maintenance.
 
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•  Desiccant Breathers: A Critical Component for Protecting Fuel Storage Systems & Power Equipment
 
 
Explore Topics
•  Greases
•  Bio-Based Lubricants
•  Particle Counting
•  Industrial Lubricants
•  Viscosity
•  Oil Changes
 
 
Noria Training Calendar
 
DECEMBER 2019
Machinery Lubrication I
December 10-12 - Dallas, TX
Oil Analysis II
December 10-12 - Dallas, TX Machinery Lubrication Engineering
December 9-12 - Dallas, TX
 
 
JANUARY 2020
Machinery Lubrication I
January 21-23 - Atlanta, GA
Machinery Lubrication II
January 21-23 - Atlanta, GA
 
 

 
 
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