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A significant number of light-duty and industrial equipment could not function without using bearings in some form. They are a critical tribological component of many forms of machinery. They are machine elements that support a single sort of motion in a system that may be under static or dynamic loads.

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Industrial internet of things (IIoT) is already unlocking huge value in factories all over the world. By 2025, the Internet of Things is expected to generate between $1.9 and $4.7 trillion in economic value.

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LE PRICE INTERNATIONAL has partnered with EnviropeelUSA to deliver Contamination Control Solution Thermoplastic Systems.

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A lubrication program, at its most basic level, focuses on a specific issue or lubricant function. 

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Machines ultimately fail because of wear and tear. You may not be able to stop it but you can delay it.

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Hydraulic systems monitoring and maintenance must improve to keep up with rising regulatory requirements and changing equipment design.

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A plant without a proper maintenance program is expected to fail in all aspects. If your machinery is experiencing breakdowns, stalling, defects, or a decrease in performance, you might want to try implementing TPM.

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A grease-oiled bearing can be lubricated manually, automatically (semi or fully), or for the duration of the bearing's life. While many bearings are regarded as "lubed for life," many others still require grease on a regular basis. A grease gun is the most popular method of lubricating a bearing. Lever action, pistol, and grip air-powered are among the options.

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Most of the time, the safety of a facility is not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about what an organization must have for constant productivity. But if you look a little closer, you'll discover that the factors that contribute to a facility's safety are also those that ensure effective output.

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When we think about metal, it's hard to believe that it's compressible, let alone that it can recover after being compressed, much like a spring.