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January 27, 2021
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In This Issue
•  Paper Machine Dryer Bearing Lubrication Best Practices
•  Win a Free Battery-Operated Grease Gun
•  Case Study: Detecting Low- or Slow-Speed Bearing Failure with Ultrasonic Tools
•  Better Than a Bull's-eye!
•  Why and How You Should Measure Bearing Run-out
•  Lessons from an Expert Who’s Been There
 
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Paper Machine Dryer Bearing Lubrication Best Practices
 
Paper Machine Dryer Bearing Lubrication Best Practices
 
In a paper machine drying section the lubrication system has been the cause of many bearing failures over the years. There are five major factors that influence bearing failures on drying cylinder bearings which continue to happen in the industry today. Highlighted below are the key factors and the solutions to minimize these failures. It is vitally important to understand each one.
 
 
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Win a Free Battery-Operated Grease Gun
 
Win a Free Battery-Operated Grease Gun
 
Oil Safe Color-Coded Grease Guns can be a maintenance professional's most important tool because they are mobile, easy to use, prevent cross-contamination and apply precise amounts of grease. Join our webinar to learn more.
 
 
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Case Study: Detecting Low- or Slow-Speed Bearing Failure with Ultrasonic Tools
 
Case Study: Detecting Low- or Slow-Speed Bearing Failure with Ultrasonic Tools
 
Vibration analysis has long been the instrument of choice to use for bearings and other rotating equipment.  More commonly, ultrasound is being used in conjunction with vibration analysis to help technicians confirm the condition of mechanical assets.
 
 
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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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Why and How You Should Measure Bearing Run-out
 
Why and How You Should Measure Bearing Run-out
 
Bearing run-out is controlled by the manufacturer and is subject to limitations based on the tolerance class. Therefore, it is important to select the right bearing tolerance class for your application. For instance, machine spindles typically have a tighter tolerance range for run-out than standard bearings.
 
 
Learn How
 
 
Lessons from an Expert Who’s Been There
 
Lessons from an Expert Who’s Been There
 
While many others teach about concepts they've only read about, Dr. Nathan Wright has spent his career doing the hard work of plant maintenance. Now he trains end-users who are directly responsible for plant reliability.
 
 
Meet Dr. Wright
 
 
White Papers
•  Keeping your Lubrication Program in the Crosshairs
•  How to Cost Justify a Lubrication Program
 
 
Explore Topics
•  Energy Management
•  Green Manufacturing
•  Planning And Scheduling
•  Lubricant Storage And Handling
•  Total Productive Maintenance
•  Supply Chain
 
 
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Mar. 29 - Apr. 1 - Live Online Training
Machinery Lubrication I
Apr. 13-15 - Live Online Training
 
 

 
 
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