Machinery Lubrication

Machinery Lubrication Nov-Dec 2019

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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CONFERENCE REVIEW 2 0 1 9 With more than 400 industrial professionals congregating in Houston, Texas, the second- annual Machinery Lubrication Conference & Exhibition was a resounding success. Held Nov. 4-6 at the Houston Marriott Westchase, the event drew global leaders from 21 countries, including the United States, looking for the latest and greatest solutions and services in lubrication and oil analysis. Building on the achievements of last year 's inau- gural event, Machinery Lubrication 2019 provided an unprecedented learning and networking expe- rience for those in the lubrication and oil analysis industry, as well as offered a majority of first-time attendees with a valuable look into the industry. "I did a lot of research on conferences, and this one popped up as one of the top choices with a lot of experts and interests in the field," said first-time attendee Brad Owen of Cameco Corp. "I've been able to attend workshops and meet with people who want to accomplish the same things I am." Prior to the official start of the event, attendees were onsite for four pre-conference workshops. These workshops were "How to Design and Implement an Effective Lubrication Program" by Noria's Wes Cash, "Best Practices for Developing and Maintaining a Powerful Oil Analysis Program" by Noria's Alejandro Meza, "Simplified Root Cause Failure Analysis for Oil-Lubricated Machinery" by HITTING A HIGH NOTE IN HOUSTON Machinery Lubrication 2019 draws 400+ attendees By Natalie Blythe, Noria Corporation

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