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When do you change your turbine oil?

Most turbine oil users change their fluid based on its condition rather than interval-based oil changes, such as what we do when changing the motor oil in our vehicles. There is inconsistency however in understanding what conditions justify a lube oil change. Part of this inconsistency is due to lack of knowledge; part of it…

Lubrication Academy in Phoenix, Arizona on Oct. 20th

  • By Fluitec
  • July 29, 2015

Join us in the beautiful desert on October 20th in Phoenix for our next Lubrication Academy course! Our Rotating Equipment Lubrication course provides the most advanced and up-to-date knowledge available to assist plants through these changing times. Please view our full brochure: Fluitec Lubrication Academy, PHX, Oct 20 2015

Lubrication Academy in Bangkok, Thailand on Sept 29-30

  • By Fluitec
  • July 29, 2015

Please join us for a very special Lubrication Academy course that we are putting on in conjunction with Focus Laboratories in Bangkok. In addition to a world-class educational course provided by leading experts, a tour of Focus Labs will also be included. Please download the brochure for full details on registering for this event. LUBRICATION…

A Video Highlighting the Role of Antioxidants

  • By Fluitec
  • February 24, 2015

The Role of Antioxidants

Setting Multi-Attribute Alarms for Wind Turbine Components

Introduction A significant challenge in operating a wind turbine is to know when there is trouble on the horizon. A primary method is to take measurements of various parameters. Turbines are constantly logging attributes such as wind speed and temperatures. Alongside, there are periodic measurements taken, such as gearbox oil samples. These attributes as a…


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