This is the last tip in a three-part series on maintenance best practices. So far, this series has examined the most common types of maintenance programs, how to build them, and what inputs to consider. This week, we’ll discuss how lubrication fits into the mix.
Supporting maintenance through a robust lubrication program
Okay, by now you should be asking, how do lubricants fit into this discussion?
The answer is you need to partner with your lubricant supplier and consider what type of maintenance you practice. This will help you determine what type of lubricants to use.
For example, if you practice:
No matter what type of maintenance program you follow, it’s critical to partner with your lubricant supplier, OEM and other maintenance partners to build a lubrication strategy that aligns with your maintenance philosophy.
I hope you found this tip series useful. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions, and until next time!