eHandbook: Lubrication — Conserve Energy and Extend Asset Life

Oct. 12, 2022

Bearing failure is the most common statistic known in the maintenance and reliability field. With 58% of all bearing failures caused by lubrication contamination, substantial value is often overlooked on the plant floor. Lubricant contamination is a significant defect contributor to all rotating equipment failures. Corporate maintenance and reliability groups drive predictive maintenance strategies, and plant sites are becoming more conducive to implementing solutions. In this eHandbook, you'll learn:

  • How to conserve energy with better lubrication
  • Why you should implement a lubrication technology strategy
  • The right lubrication for small and medium machines

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