Lubrication Best Practices is the leading conference and exhibition devoted exclusively to using the effective lubrication practices to get the most from your plant’s physical equipment assets. This conference brings together lubrication technicians, analysts, and engineers; hydraulic specialists, maintenance, reliability and quality managers, and plant managers, to learn discuss and debate the best technical and managerial ideas and applications in the drive for lubrication excellence.
The conference features an information-packed schedule of case-studies, education sessions and panel discussions that define and deliver best practices on almost every aspect of machinery lubrication. You’ll have access to unique presentations, delivered by subject matter experts and successful lubrication practitioners, that demonstrate how to achieve the efficiencies and financial benefits of a proper, proactive lubrication program.
How to Manage your Lubrication ProgramsKnow where you are now, where you should be and how to get there.
By: Juan Lee, Center for Reliability Excellence
Day 3, March 12, 2011 ( Saturday), 9:00 am – 9:50 am
In today’s ever tightening budget and continuous right sizing, plant maintenance teams are tasked to run a leaner and more efficient team. It does not help that a recent study found that as much as 50% of PM tasks do not to add any value. Most plants realize significant losses from these inefficiencies; however, only a few smart companies are taking action.
The reward is significant, but where or how to start? So much things to do but so limited time and resource.
After this paper, you’ll have the guidelines on carrying out an objective and comprehensive audit. You’ll find where you are exactly (point A) and where you should be (point B). Resources can then be properly allocated to maximize the return and timing of the investment.