Are you keeping abreast with the latest developments in industry best practices in lubrication maintenance ?

Lubrication quality has a major impact on the life of lubricants. equipment, filters and the subsequent maintenance costs. However, many of today’s lubrication programmes have been neglected over the years, or have been rendered obsolete due to changes in operation or advances in technology. The more progressive lubrication programmes have a complete list of the plant’s oil- and grease-lubricated equipment with documented guidelines to provide the right lubricant, in the right amount, at the right time, in the right location and under the right conditions.

While this is critical to equipment operating efficiency and reliability, a world-class Lubrication Programme Assessment and Audit will pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of your existing lubrication maintenance practices;

lubrication maintenance practices; and outline the blueprint for improvements to bring current practices in line with industry best standards. Focusing on the 12 key areas as shown in the spider-web chart, it will quickly pinpoint the areas of highest concern and provide recommendations for improvements on current lubrication programme to enhance equipment operating efficiency and reliability, better ensure plant availability and better HSE practices. It will also uncover hidden root-cause problems and open the door for many cost saving strategies, including recommendations on storage and transfer of new oils and contamination control of in-service system oils, and effective use of oil analysis and wear particle analysis to support predictive and proactive condition-based maintenance.