Welcome to the future of lubrication maintenance in Industry 4.0! In today's evolving technological landscape, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming various industries, including lubrication and machinery maintenance.

The practice of neglecting lubrication has become ingrained in the maintenance culture. For these companies, more than casual intervention may be required. Instead, an ultimatum must be declared.

Maintaining industrial equipment is a critical part of ensuring efficient and safe operations. Predictive maintenance techniques using CBM technologies are now widely used to help prevent equipment breakdowns and ensure that machinery functions as expected.

Lubricants are designed for specific uses but are used in general. Within a single processing plant, there might be hundreds of different types of equipment and manufacturers.

Reliability-centered Maintenance (RCM) is used in the maintenance and engineering industries to optimize the reliability and maintainability of equipment, systems, and processes.

Many organizations aspire to achieve a state of lubrication excellence. What defines lubrication excellence was unclear until Noria gave rise to the Ascend™ method. It has become a powerful tool and metric to test, design, implement, and control the essence of the lubrication excellence transformation.

Oil analysis reports are critical tools for maintenance professionals responsible for the health and performance of industrial equipment.

Using the correct oil sampling hardware helps ensure you're getting an accurate sample every time. Below we'll talk about the oil sampling equipment you need to take a precise oil sample.

In today's highly competitive business landscape, companies must find ways to improve t A Guide to Sustainable Continuous Improvement heir performance and efficiency continuously.

Routine inspection is a type of inspection that is critical to machine condition monitoring. At its best, inspection seeks and finds the root causes. Following that, an examination must seek those elusive incipient failure situations.

Machinery lubrication plays a critical role in industrial equipment's optimal performance and reliability.

After identifying your equipment lubrication requirements and matching the types of lubricants for your applications and operating conditions, you must select among the many brands or even types of lubricants offered.

Oil leaks in machines can be a significant issue, leading to increased wear and tear, decreased efficiency, and even catastrophic failure. This article will explore the causes of oil leaks, their prevention, and methods for detecting them.

Resonance is a prevalent cause of excessive machine vibration. It results from an external force vibrating at the same frequency as the natural frequency of a system. Natural frequency is a characteristic of every machine and structure.

What is Varnish?

Varnish is a polar submicron-sized soft contaminate.

Varnish Issues, Testing, and Solutions 

More than any single factor, growth in the oil analysis industry has been limited by the inability of its professionals to propose projects and report results to management using conventional financial language. The reliability professional of the future must have the skills to express their value to the organization using language to which management is accustomed.

The designs of many common machine mechanisms have stayed the same for decades. Machine designers working for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) believe lubrication may improve.

What is Kaizen?

Over 30 years ago, Masaaki Imai wrote the groundbreaking book "Kaizen: The Key to Japan's Competitive Success." The book established the word "Kaizen," which is now recognized globally as a vital component of an organization's long-term competitive strategy.

Anyone who has benefitted from the advancements in ultrasound testing will agree that this technology is no longer for leak testing. It works with vibration analysis, infrared imaging, motor-circuit testing, and oil analysis.

Maintenance management can be divided into reactive, preventive, proactive, and predictive. A lack of predictive maintenance leads to reactive maintenance, which failure triggers. Reactive maintenance is often associated with higher costs from more significant labor, materials, and management demands.

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