The methods by which lubricant are stored, transferred and applied to machines play a large role in the success of any lubrication program. After all if you start out with contaminated oil, you will likely never achieve lubricant cleanliness targets for most machinery. Developing and implementing a world-class lubrication program is a sizable undertaking, and it usually requires significant modifications to machinery as well as changes in procedures and methodologies which can take years. However, there is one component of lubrication where you can affect the entire plant, and that component is the storage, handling and application of new lubricants. Because storage and handling affects the quality of lubrication for the entire plant, it is often the best place to start improving your program.
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