That’s right: Applied Technology Publications (ATP), the parent of Lubrication Management & Technology and its sister publication, Maintenance Technology, is going all in on innovation with the “2011 Maintenance & Reliability Innovator of the Year Award.”
The global economic recession and more recent geopolitical turmoil in parts of the world have forced us in North America to adjust to a new lifestyle—corporately and personally.
The foundation on which those who seek certification must begin building their lube bona fides starts here, with the basics of the craft.
The grandfather of all centralized lubrication systems, the Single Line Resistance (SLR) type is a fully engineered system designed to pump oil manually in a single-shot (total loss) method, in an automated cyclical (total loss) manner or in a continuous (recirculative) manner.
Clean oil greatly extends equipment life. Studies have indicated that over 70% of the equipment failures in circulating systems were caused by particulate contamination.
You’ve set up a steering team to help drive your organization’s energy-management efforts. Now it’s time to look at the roadmap.