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Machinery Lubrication November-December 2018

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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44 | November - December 2018 | www . Jacobs Achieves Oil Analysis Success ICML is interested to hear when its certifi- cations play a role in the implementation and maintenance of effective oil analysis programs, like the one Jacobs imple- mented at Kennedy Space Center. The organization would also like to recognize successful programs with its annual industry awards. Visit www. for the qualifications and instructions to nomi- nate your plant's oil analysis or lubrication program for an ICML industry award. Paul Hiller | ICML TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION Jacobs Engineering Group is one of the world's largest and most diverse providers of te c h n ic a l, profe s - siona l and engineering consu lting ser vices, includ ing all aspects of a physical facility's engineering, operations and main- tenance. As the primary contractor for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA's) Test a nd Operations Suppor t Contract (TOSC) at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida, Jacobs is responsible for the overall management and implementation of ground systems capabilities, fl ight hardware processing and launch operations. This work supports NASA's International Space Station, Exploration Ground Systems, Space Launch System, Orion Multi-Pur- pose Crew Vehicle and Launch Services Programs. In 2017, Jacobs earned the Augustus H. Gill Award from the International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) for oil analysis excellence at KSC. In an impressive display of resourcefulness, Jacobs developed a centralized oil anal- ysis program by capitalizing on independent training and ICML certifi cations. e resulting program O i l A n a l y s i s at the Home of the U.S. Space Program ICML executive director Leslie Fish (center) poses with members of the 2017 Augustus H. Gill Award-winning team from Jacobs, including reliability engineer Sean Hollis (right) and aerospace engineering tech- nician Jose Atencio (left).

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