Schedule Regular Lubrication

One of the first and most important maintenance checks concerns lubrication. You should survey your equipment for any signs of excess oil or grease build-up around pistons, and look for leaks near oil seals. The composition of these substances can help you diagnose problems with large machinery, and any particles or contaminants you find will indicate which part is suffering from wear.


A lubrication schedule for equipment needs to be dynamic, making sure you can practically respond to situations on a daily and preventative manner and not just periodically. For example, when new equipment is installed, when lubricants are replaced, or when operating hours change.


To preserve the condition of BST equipment, Maintenance department schedules regular lubrication as part of its routine maintenance. But take care to choose the correct lubricant, because different components require different kinds of oil and grease to function, and you can cause more harm than good if you select the wrong type. Maintenance department uses the manufacturer's recommendations to learn which products to use.

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