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Building the case for contamination control
Maintaining clean oil is one of the best investments a company can make, yet contamination often remains an overlooked factor behind premature machinery failure and diminished lubricant life. With increases in the cost of oil, increased desire to minimize usage and waste, and the need to prolong the life of equipment, the economic case for protection — from the time oil enters a facility until it leaves — is stronger than ever. This white paper helps identify the key factors in your program, and gives you the tools, charts and worksheets necessary to build your own business case for your solution.
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