When your job is to manage, protect and optimize some of the largest, most complex and expensive equipment in the industry, every operational decision you make is critical, especially when it comes to the lubricant.
The lubricant plays a key role in overall productivity:
In many cases, when you commit to a lubricant, it’s likely a decision you live with for many years. It’s no wonder maintenance engineers or technicians are more inclined to stick with what they know, even if there may be a better option available.
The prospect of switching can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
We focus on the expertise, tools and resources necessary to make the transition as seamless and painless as possible. Ultimately, we want operators to get the most out of their equipment and that includes choosing the best lubricants for the job, which may mean making a switch.
Here are the top 5 concerns that our customers raise when considering a lubricant switch and how we are able to help: