Thursday, 17 January 2013 10:02

Oil - an asset, not a consumable

Oil – an asset, not a consumable 

In previous years, oil was considered merely a ‘consumable’.  However, with the all-important focus on boosting the bottom line, it makes sense for businesses to treat oil as a valuable asset and manage it accordingly. 

In Technical Bulletin 55, WearCheck’s diagnostic manager John Evans presents a practical, seven step management programme for oils, and discusses key factors in gaining the maximum benefit from a maintenance programme – including the handling, storage, dispensing and disposal of lubricants.

Click here to view Technical Bulletin 55

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