Tuesday, 03 September 2013 16:01

Monitor Issue 66

WearCheck's latest Monitor newsletter features a wealth of technical tips and other innovations in the condition monitoring world, in particular a discussion on the merits of sulphur testing, and an overview of reliability solutions.

Join us as we take a peek at WearCheck’s very first West African laboratory in Ghana, and meet some of the team members from around the world who are dedicated to maintaining international oil analysis standards.

A key to maximising investment in any condition monitoring programme is to ensure that your staff members undergo the correct oil analysis training – the latest newsletter features a comprehensive summary of WearCheck training courses, which makes it easy to select each level of training for different role players.

Click here to read more on these stories and many more in Monitor 66

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