OEMs Know Which High-Quality Oils and Greases Offer Long-Term Performance and Superior Value
When lubricants don't perform as expected, plant operations lose time with more frequent re-lubrication, equipment breaks, and profits dip. A good lubrication program can reduce downtime and control maintenance costs — which drives performance and increases profitability.
While lubricants typically comprise less than one percent of a plant's operating cost, they can directly influence more than half of the total maintenance cost.
It's vital for design engineers, plant operators, maintenance personnel, and lubricant specialists to understand the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specifications. Receiving guidance about the right lubricant from the OEM ensures that the warranty won't be voided should equipment break while still under warranty.
Our white paper, Do OEM Lubricant Recommendations Meet Your Current Needs?, explains how OEMs make their recommendations — often based on various factors like particular components, operating environments, and price-to-cost ratios. Learn how plant operators who proactively share their needs, demands, and specifications with an OEM receive the best solutions for their requirements.
Download this white paper to learn about what lubricants OEMs recommend, based on price, needs, extreme operating environments, and more.