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Machinery Lubrication May-June 2017

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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Page 47 of 76 | May - June 2017 | 43 THIS MONTH, MACHINERY LUBRICATION CONTINUES ITS "TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE" SECTION in which we focus on a group of questions from Noria's Practice Exam for Level I Machine Lubrication Technician and Machine Lubricant Analyst. The answers are located at the bottom of this page. The complete 126-question practice test with expanded answers is available at TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE Answers 1. D This is because of the initial cost of the instrument. 2. A This is to ensure that clean oil is added to the system, as new oil is not necessarily clean oil. 3. B Grease remains within the lubricated component, lowering the risk of a dry start. It is unlike oil, which drains away when the system is shut down. 1. Which test is not practical to run onsite as an oil analysis field test? A) Viscosity B) Particle count C) Acid number D) Wear metals by atomic emission spectroscopy E) Glycol determination 2. Lubricant refilling best practices should include which of the following: A) Use a filter cart to charge (fill) the system with oil, if possible B) Refill the equipment while it is operating and hot C) A funnel D) A funnel if it has been capped (or sealed) E) A sealed container with a tube for siphoning 3. Greases have the advantage of functioning well in: A) Very high-speed bearings B) Frequent start-stop applications C) The presence of other types of greases D) Applications that require heat transfer and cooling E) Very cold-temperature applications Stay Connected With Noria Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook Connect with us on LinkedIn /noria-corporation Continue learning with us on YouTube

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