4 costly misconceptions about lubrication - industrial

Targets for a circular economy

2020-2-14 2 1 Repurpose (R7) 4 2 1 1 Description Repurpose – also referred to as recontextualising – is the use of discarded products or their parts in the formation of a new product with a different function It is also denotes the reusing a product for an alternative purpose This is called open-loop reuse (Willskytt et al 2016) In

2017-6-2Different lubrication regimes (boundary mixed and fluid film) are defined Rheological properties of different types of fluids are described br /br /In the boundary lubrication regime contact lubrication is controlled by the physical and chemical properties of thin films whereas in the hydrodynamic lubrication regime only physical and rheological properties of the thick fluid films are

5 Ways to Benefit from Equipment Modernization

2018-3-22This can be due to misconceptions concerning the costs the length of downtime available space for new equipment and more However there are many benefits of equipment modernization that managers would do well not to ignore The process is also simpler and less costly than full replacement Benefitting from Modernization

2017-6-2Different lubrication regimes (boundary mixed and fluid film) are defined Rheological properties of different types of fluids are described br /br /In the boundary lubrication regime contact lubrication is controlled by the physical and chemical properties of thin films whereas in the hydrodynamic lubrication regime only physical and rheological properties of the thick fluid films are

Measuring Displacement Using Accelerometers

While all of the loop powered vibration sensors up to this time based the 4-20 mA output signal on acceleration or velocity measuring displacement with a 4-20 mA sensor is now an option With no cabling and no instrumentation before it is converted to displacement the cleanest signal is possible (where cleanest is defined as the least amount

How to keep up with smart asset costing

2020-4-84 Thorough testing of the model Start with one plant or a single department and spread to the rest of the company once initial bugs have been worked out and benefits become clear In a multi-plant environment local management should be intimately involved to avoid the feeling that ABC has been imposed from the head office 5

How to keep up with smart asset costing

2020-4-84 Thorough testing of the model Start with one plant or a single department and spread to the rest of the company once initial bugs have been worked out and benefits become clear In a multi-plant environment local management should be intimately involved to avoid the feeling that ABC has been imposed from the head office 5

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2 1 Lubrication fundamentals and their use 2 Mechanical failure analysis 3 Proactive maintenance and root cause analysis 4 Troubleshooting hydraulic systems 5 Lubrication and maintenance of bearings and gear units 6 Oil analysis fundamentals 7 Oil analysis data interpretation 8 Filtration and contamination control 9

Lubrita Lubrication Greases Tests

2020-4-3prevents free movement and results in costly corrosive action on bearings Typical Results 0 to 5 lb psi drop—Excellent 5 to 10 lb psi drop—Good LUBRICATION TESTS WATER WASHOUT Apparatus: 1 Test unit as illustrated 2 Ball bearing (No 204K Conrad type 8 ball bearing) 3 Thermometer 4 Distilled water 5 ASTM precipitation naphtha 6

Measuring Displacement Using Accelerometers

While all of the loop powered vibration sensors up to this time based the 4-20 mA output signal on acceleration or velocity measuring displacement with a 4-20 mA sensor is now an option With no cabling and no instrumentation before it is converted to displacement the cleanest signal is possible (where cleanest is defined as the least amount

Stefan H Thomke

Stefan Thomke an authority on the management of innovation is the William Barclay Harding Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School He has worked with firms on product process and technology development customer experience design operational improvement organizational change and innovation strategy Professor Thomke is a frequent conference speaker and advisor to

construction Archives

A race against time Maintenance is valued but aging equipment puts pressure on plants Maintenance systems and strategies continue to slowly transition to a digital process with greater use of technology to evaluate machine health and develop repair and maintenance schedules But it's a race against time Aging equipment is the single biggest factor in unscheduled downtime and

16 B2B Marketing Problems (And What To Do About

Here is an example in the industrial lubrication space: Thinking Ahead: E-Commerce in the B2B Space In addition to traditional online advertising these types of sites have e-commerce capabilities where you can buy products similar to yours right online

Dispelling Industry 4 0 Myths

2018-2-8With Industry 4 0 the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) digitization or whatever term you use to describe the technological shift in manufacturing there is no denying its existence According to a recent report 85 percent of manufacturers are already making the move to Industry 4 0 or are planning to make the transition soon

2017-6-2Different lubrication regimes (boundary mixed and fluid film) are defined Rheological properties of different types of fluids are described br /br /In the boundary lubrication regime contact lubrication is controlled by the physical and chemical properties of thin films whereas in the hydrodynamic lubrication regime only physical and rheological properties of the thick fluid films are

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2 Predicting your plant's future depends on collecting and analyzing the correct type and amount of equipment and process data Predictive maintenance (PdM) much like "IIoT " "Industry 4 0 " and "Plug 'n' Play " among other terms may be an exciting concept in plants but many still aren't leveraging it fully

Lubrication Maintenance Archives

Filed Under: Lubrication Maintenance Tagged With: chain life chain lubrication industrial lubrication lubrication programs The Basics of Industrial Lubricant Selection By Jessica Desrochers There are several factors to consider when selecting the right industrial lubricant A manufacturer's recommendation is a great starting point

Lubrication Products

Lubrication keeps motors tools and mechanical equipment well-oiled so they can run smoothly Apply lubricants penetrating lubricants anti-seize greases oils and other lubricant products to moving parts to reduce friction between them and avoid corrosion and seizing that can lead to costly downtime

Plant Engineering

Much has been said and done to produce the perfect fit for rolling element bearings in motors and other rotating equipment Assembly of these machines requires that either the inner fit to the shaft (journal) or the outer fit to the housing (bore) is able to slide so if one fit is tight the other must be loose

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2 Predicting your plant's future depends on collecting and analyzing the correct type and amount of equipment and process data Predictive maintenance (PdM) much like "IIoT " "Industry 4 0 " and "Plug 'n' Play " among other terms may be an exciting concept in plants but many still aren't leveraging it fully

Machine Life Extension Calculator

2 1 Lubrication fundamentals and their use 2 Mechanical failure analysis 3 Proactive maintenance and root cause analysis 4 Troubleshooting hydraulic systems 5 Lubrication and maintenance of bearings and gear units 6 Oil analysis fundamentals 7 Oil analysis data interpretation 8 Filtration and contamination control 9

The Top 10 Robotics Application Mistakes

By Milton Coleman Bosch Rexrothbr / With investments ranging from tens of thousands to potentially millions of dollars it#146 s critical to make the right choice the first time and to avoid common mistakes that could add substantial unnecessary cost or result in project delays Here are the top ten robotics application mistakes br /