Monday, 04 February 2019 13:03

You talk, we listen…

Our annual customer survey was recently conducted, and we sincerely thank the people who took the time to give us feedback. Your answers are critical to how we re-shape our business services going forwards. WearCheck sales developer Kay Meyrick extends her gratitude to customers for the positive feedback. These are some of the replies from our valued customers: ‘It has…
Sunday, 27 January 2019 19:05

2019 Training Course Dates

Understanding oil analysis can help you and your company benefit when the condition of your machinery/components/fleets are monitored using oil analysis. Now is a good time to plan for when you or your employees will attend our next training course. Here are the 2019 dates: Oil Analysis 1: Understanding oil and its analysis. Two Full Days. Gauteng: 12-13 February Middelburg:…
Saturday, 26 January 2019 19:53

WearCheck at Mining Indaba

African Mining Indaba 2019 takes place 4 – 7 February at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). Our expert condition monitoring programmes - including oil analysis and other reliability solutions techniques - are already saving maintenance costs and boosting machine availability for mining operations around Africa. WearCheck makes these services widely accessible in remote areas by placing mobile laboratories…
Thursday, 24 January 2019 11:56

A mine of information

In July, Quentin Gustav von Kleist joined WearCheck’s team in Johannesburg as a technical support consultant.  Quentin brings with him a wealth of experience in the preventive maintenance arena, with particular knowledge of the mining industry and related components. Prior to joining WearCheck, Quentin spent many years working in India for zinc and lead mines such as Hindustan Zinc, where…
Thursday, 17 January 2019 12:17

Lube Tip 12: These additives don’t exist - Part 4

Part 4 of 4 OVER-GREASING ELIXIR One of the most common root causes of rolling-element bearing failure is over-greasing. This practice damages seals and shields, and causes uncontrolled heat excursions that accelerate wear and lubricant degradation. No additive has the capacity to work as a magic elixir under such distressful conditions. CONCLUSION Reliability emerges from the optimum combination of quality…
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 14:11

Transnet Training

A group of Transnet employees recently underwent oil analysis training at WearCheck’s Pinetown office. The training course was conducted by WearCheck training consultant Jan Backer (back row, third from right).
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