Lubrication Consolidation Reduces Maintenance Costs, Extends Equipment Life, Simplifies Purchasing Process
By David Como, US Lubricants Expertise Group, Dow Corning Corporation
An oft-cited study from M.I.T. estimates that six to seven percent of America’s Gross National Product — about $240 billion — is spent repairing factory machinery damaged from wear caused by poor lubrication.
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