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Machinery Lubrication Sept Oct 2013

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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Practical Lubrication for Industrial Facilities — Second Edition Author: Heinz P. Bloch, P.E. Completely revised, this new edition includes the latest material on oil analysis, bearing protector seals and the energy conservation aspects of lube oil application and selection. Information on synthesized hydrocarbons and oil mist lubrication is thoroughly reviewed. It addresses the full scope of industrial lubricants, including general-purpose oils, hydraulic fluids, food-grade and environmentally friendly lubricants, synthetic lubricants, greases, pastes, waxes and tribosystems. Reliable Plant 2013 Conference Proceedings Format: CD-ROM Publisher: Noria Corporation If you missed the learning sessions at Reliable Plant 2013, you can still get the conference proceedings on CD-ROM. It includes the papers and presentations in PDF format from nearly every educational session. The real-world case studies at Reliable Plant 2013 were full of practical, experiencebased information and tools for lubrication and reliability programs. Root Cause Analysis — Fourth Edition Authors: Robert, Kenneth and Mark Latino This 279-page edition explains how to identify, understand and prevent chronic problems that hinder the attainment of organizational goals using root cause analysis (RCA). Outlining steps to teach you how to automate the RCA process, the information in this book can improve the reliability of your plant assets and save your company precious time and money. Introduction to Lubrication Fundamentals Training Video Format: DVD Publisher: Noria Corporation Having a solid grasp of the fundamentals of lubricants and lubrication is at the core of any world-class lubrication program. This 37-minute video will help you understand lubricant functions, the differences between common lubricant types, their advantages and disadvantages, as well as what makes them perform or fail. In-Service Lubricant and Machine Analysis, Diagnostics, and Prognostics BOOK STORE Welcome to Machinery Lubrication's Bookstore, designed to spotlight lubricationrelated books. For a complete listing of books of interest to lubrication professionals, check out the Bookstore at Author: ASTM International This compilation of the Journal of ASTM International (JAI) contains papers presented at a symposium on in-service lubricant and machine analysis, diagnostics and prognostics held Dec. 8, 2010, in Jacksonville, Fla. It includes recent developments in online oil condition monitoring sensors and alignment with ASTM methods and practices, an overview of progress and new developments in FTIR lubricant condition monitoring methodology, guidelines for alarm limits and trend analysis, and more. Use the Correct Oil Poster Publisher: Noria Corporation Make sure the right oil goes into the right machine with this laminated poster that shows a lubrication technician pouring hydraulic oil into a gearbox, causing it to smoke and vibrate. Bulleted tips instruct personnel to remember that oils of the same viscosity may be different types and to properly label all oil containers, transfer devices and machine oil fill ports. Hang this poster to send a clear message that using the correct oil is critical. For descriptions, complete table of contents and excerpts from these and other lubrication-related books, and to order online, visit: or call 1-800-597-5460, ext. 204 | September - October 2013 47

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