The use of industrial lubrication has been around for more than a thousand years; olive oil and fats were first used by Egyptians to reduce frictional heat in the hubs of wooden wheels used on chariots. It is critical to understand why lubrication still seems to be a prime concern in industries today.
Paying due attention to your lubrication processes from selection to application can provide numerous benefits. Selecting the right lubricants for your equipment can play a key role in achieving lubrication excellence. Low maintenance costs, equipment reliability, and increased productivity are major reasons why you should work towards implementing the right lubrication practices in your facility.
Constant maintenance is an inseparable part of any progressive industry operating heavy machinery. If you want to keep your equipment in good working condition, regular maintenance is inevitable. Needless to say that poorly maintained equipment doesn’t run efficiently and leads to unexpected downtime. The following are some useful tips that will help you extend equipment life and improve your operational efficiency as well as your bottom line: