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Reduce downtime at your facility with this one in a three-part series. It presents an overview of the properties and functions of machinery lubricants, details oil-related failure modes and their indicators, and highlights common tests and data interpretation techniques used to determine oil and machine condition.From the moment oil enters an operating machine, it begins to degrade and become contaminated. The strategies taught in this course, however, will help workers maintain their machinery at optimal levels. Topics include: -Requirements for effective analysis -Establishing reliable indicators -Correct sampling procedures -Common failure modes -Contamination -Degradation -Wear -Oil condition and performance monitoring -Atomic emission spectroscopy -Electronic particle counting -Viscosity index -Rotating bomb oxidation test -Four-ball wear test -Total base number test -Establishing an oil analysis program -Written plan and goals -Cost benefits
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