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February 08, 2018
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The Truth About Additive Depletion
 
In oil analysis, additive depletion is often used to estimate the remaining useful life of the oil. Watch this video to discover the two main types of additive depletion and why it is important for additives to deplete in order to save the oil, the machine or both.
 
 
In This Issue
•  The Importance of Lip Seals
•  Identifying Machine Failure Causes
•  Reasons for Low Oil Pressure
•  Secrets for Using ATFs
•  Magazine Archive
 
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The Importance of Lip Seals
 
The Importance of Lip Seals
 
Lip seals are commonly used throughout industry to keep lubricants in and contaminants out. However, taking proper care of these seals is seldom a high priority.
 
 
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Are You the Lubricant Expert?
 
Are You the Lubricant Expert?
 
For hundreds of years, humans have kept their machines in working order with lubricants. While there are many different functions of a lubricant, can you name five?
 
 
What Are the Five Functions?
 
 
Identifying Machine Failure Causes
 
Identifying Machine Failure Causes
 
Determining the exact cause of a machine failure can be difficult. Learn how a systematic approach can help you to better analyze equipment failures in your facility.
 
 
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Studying for Certification? We Have You Covered!
 
Studying for Certification? We Have You Covered!
 
The right tools for the right job is critical in every aspect of life. Noria's Level I MLT/Level I MLA Study Pack contains all the essential tools you need to prepare for both ICML Level I MLA and MLT certifications.
 
 
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Reasons for Low Oil Pressure
 
Reasons for Low Oil Pressure
 
If an engine is exposed to extremely low temperatures, the high viscosity of the oil may not allow oil pressure to build quickly and may cause the system to go into bypass. Severe engine damage can result.
 
 
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Secrets for Using ATFs
 
Secrets for Using ATFs
 
Automatic transmission fluids (ATFs) are among the most complex lubricants available. However, caution must be used before applying these oils to some new transmission systems because of the friction, seal and hose materials in use.
 
 
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Machinery Lubrication: Archive
 
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