I first wrote about this topic in my January 2010 column for LMT’s sister publication, Maintenance Technology (MT). Please indulge me as I go over it again here.
I recently spent time putting my old wooden sailboat away after a season on Lake Michigan. As I worked, I began to realize how similar sailing is to magazine publishing. Exhilarating, yet challenging.
Over the holidays, I had chance to visit with some old friends. They were thrilled to inform me of their teenage son’s recent work promotion to the position of plant lubrication technician, in charge of his facility’s lubrication program.
Until you understand what you’re looking at and looking for, you’re no better off than before you implemented your oil-analysis program.
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