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May 05, 2021
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•  How Do You Know if You're Using the Right Hydraulic Oil?
•  Lubricant Failure = Bearing Failure
•  Kinematic Viscosity Explained
•  Public Trainings are Back!
•  Machinery Lubrication Magazine Archive
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How Do You Know if You're Using the Right Hydraulic Oil?
How Do You Know if You're Using the Right Hydraulic Oil?
For most lubricated machines, there are many options when it comes to lubricant selection. Just because a machine will run with a particular product doesn’t mean that product is optimum for the application.
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Better Than a Bull's-eye!
Better Than a Bull's-eye!
Most bull’s-eye level gauges confirm oil volume but don’t identify root causes and symptoms of machine failure. Luneta’s Condition Monitoring Pod™ allows early detection of abnormal machine and lubricant health conditions.
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Lubricant Failure = Bearing Failure
Lubricant Failure = Bearing Failure
Rolling element bearings are highly reliable components, and the vast majority of bearings can outlive the equipment on which they are installed. When they fail, it is usually a critical event, resulting in costly repair and downtime.
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ICML 55.1 Standard is now offered in 3 languages
ICML 55.1 Standard is now offered in 3 languages
No more guesswork! ICML 55.1 defines requirements for the 12 areas of a world-class program, enabling your team to achieve & sustain your plant’s lubricated asset management goals. English, Spanish (PDF) or Portuguese (PDF).
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Kinematic Viscosity Explained
Kinematic Viscosity Explained
Kinematic viscosity is a measure of a fluid's internal resistance to flow under gravitational forces. It is determined by measuring the time in seconds, required for a fixed volume of fluid to flow a known distance by gravity through a capillary within a calibrated viscometer at a closely controlled temperature.
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Public Trainings are Back!
Public Trainings are Back!
Join us in Myrtle Beach for Noria's Machinery Lubrication I training and get the foundational skillset for applying best lubrication practices and product knowledge. ICML certiication testing will be available after the training. 
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Lube Tip
Corrosive wear occurs when a machine surface is damaged by chemical attack. The responsible corrosive chemical could be either vaporous or liquid, which might be found in a plant that mixes or handles strong acid or alkali materials. Often the damage to lubricated surfaces come from acidic by-products generated by the deterioration of the lubricant itself. 
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•  Energy Management
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•  Wear Debris Analysis
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•  How to Make the Most of Your Breather Spend
Noria Training Calendar
Oil Analysis II
May 18 - 20 - Live Online Training
Machinery Lubrication I
Jun. 22 - 24 - Live Online Training
Oil Analysis Report Interpretation Workshop
Sept. 14 -15 - Live Online Training
Machinery Lubrication I
Jun. 15 - 17 - Myrtle Beach, SC
Machinery Lubrication I
July 20 - 22 - Minneapolis, MN
Machinery Lubrication I
Aug. 10 - 12 - Denver, CO

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