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What are the Causes of Low Viscosity?

As a maintenance manager or technician, you’re likely familiar with viscosity and the problems it can cause. But what are the causes of low viscosity? And more importantly, how can you prevent it from happening in your plant? In this

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What is Grease?

Grease and oil may seem like similar substances, but they have very different characteristics and purposes. It is thick and viscous, while oil is thinner and less sticky. Industrial greases are important for lubricating moving parts and preventing wear. But

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Desiccant Breather Tips

Keeping your lubrication system running smoothly requires more than just top-quality lubricants. You also need to pay attention to the air that enters and leaves the system. In particular, you need to make sure that moisture doesn’t enter the system,

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Bearing Friction and Oil Viscosity Explained

To operate efficiently, bearings must have a minimal level of friction. You can achieve this by maintaining the bearing’s lubrication and ensuring that the oil viscosity is correct for the environment in which you use it. If you’re involved in

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How is Viscosity Index Different from Viscosity?

There is a lot of confusion about the difference between viscosity and viscosity index. Some people use these terms interchangeably, and it is often unclear which rating you’re looking at when choosing a lubricant. But, considering lubricant viscosity is its

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How to Use Condition-Based Monitoring for Lubrication

Condition-based monitoring is a process that can help you better understand the condition of your lubrication system. It is an important tool for determining when and how much maintenance a piece of equipment needs. Condition-based monitoring involves analyzing factors such

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How to Drive Impactful Change with Root Cause Analysis

Analysis is to advance beyond just the superficial cause and adjust your process or systems to remedy the root cause. Now, root cause analysis isn’t just for major incidents or breakdowns. You can incorporate preventive root cause analyses into your maintenance strategy to keep things running smoothly and efficiently and help prevent major incidents from happening.

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Lube Room Best Practices

If you’re responsible for the maintenance and lubrication of equipment in your business, then you know how important it is to have a well-run lube

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