Lubrication Basics for Machinery Operators Training DVD

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$ 195.00


Operators trained in lubrication basics are critical to lubrication excellence. Whether they are checking oil levels and topping off sumps, cleaning and inspecting machinery, or conducting routine inspections … when performed with best practice procedures, you’ll reduce unscheduled downtime, improve safety and boost reliability. VIEW PREVIEW

Provides Concise Training On:

  • Grease gun basics and safety
  • Checking oil levels and topping off sumps
  • The function of lubricant additives
  • The importance of contamination control
  • Cleaning and inspecting machinery
  • Avoiding water contamination during wash downs
  • Onsite inspections for in-service grease
  • Visual and audible machine inspection techniques
  • Oil sump and machine temperature inspections
  • How to inspect for oil leaks
  • The critical role of lubrication in machinery
  • Machine lock out-tag out requirements
  • The negative impact of mixing lubricants
  • Basics of viscosity and lubricant selection
  • Types of lubricant contaminants and damage caused




28 minutes


Unlimited use at one facility or location

Also Included:

One student workbook

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Who Will Benefit:

  • Lubrication Professionals
  • Maintenance Professionals
  • Craftsmen and Millwrights
  • Equipment Operators
  • Oil Analysis Professionals
  • Plant Engineers

Student Workbook Included

The accompanying Student Workbook was developed directly from the video script to help reinforce the information and includes full color graphics, student excercises and a post-test to assure comprehension.

One Student Workbook is included with each training video. You may order additional workbooks in quantities of 5, 10 or 25:

Because each workbook includes student exercises, a post-test and an area for note-taking,
it is advisable to purchase a workbook for each student.

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