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Our Lubricants focal points are tailored to suit the needs of the following sectors Industrial | Automotive | Aviation | Marine | General Manufacturing | Off Road | Plant & Machinery | Fleet | Rentals and MRO applications.
Bavaria Equipment Trading offers industrial lubricants, Greases, Synthetics Oil, Coolants, Gear oil, Engine Oil, Specialty Oil and Turbine Oil. And we have best offer for mobile lubricants in UAE.
Lubrication technicians are trained to help customers select the best lubricants to suit their needs, and to apply them. They are armed with the proper tools, safety equipment and written procedures to get the job done. How is the decision made to use manual or automatic lubrication? Do the technicians have lubrication system knowledge?
Customers must be aware if lubricant sampling plans, procedures and analysis are defined for each critical asset and if they include primary and secondary tests. Test results should be tracked and examined for trends. Sampling ports should be identified, labeled and prepared, and samples should be taken in a reliable, consistent and contaminant-free manner, while strictly following written guidelines and procedures.
All effective lubrication management programs require specific training ranging from the physical act of applying the lubricant, the effects of misapplication to proper audits. In addition, the training programs must include development plans that are crucial to maintaining, monitoring and improving the lubrication management program being implemented.
Approximately 25% of all lube-related bearing failures are caused by contaminated lubricants. So, in order to avoid contaminants by using only clean lubricants, it’s essential to know what procedures need to be followed in the application process.
For a specific asset to be lubricated, filled or visually monitored within a manufacturing facility, planning and scheduling is required. The plan should define the points, select the lubricants required, and estimate the frequency and quantity needed for re-lubrication, refilling or changing the lubricant. The personnel and procedures required to perform and document the specific lubrication task must be chosen with precision.
Exact procedures for disposal and the handling of used and/or contaminated lubricants need to be detailed and monitored to confirm that all the applicable environmental regulations are met. This process also can provide a clear image of consumption trends within a given facility.