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by Kenneth E Bannister

eBook Lubrication for Industry download ISBN: 083113061X
Author: Kenneth E Bannister
Publisher: Industrial Press, Inc.; 1st edition (January 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 200
ePub: 1811 kb
Fb2: 1958 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering

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Kenneth E. Bannister. Focuses on the practical daily aspects of lubrication that impact productivity.

Delivers easy to understand lubricant requirement calculations that are rarely disclosed by the lubrication companies. Explains in a step-by-step process for the first time, exactly how to consistently manually lubricate a bearing.

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Bannister, Kenneth . 1955Lubrication for Industry, Kenneth E. p. cm. ISBN 0-8311-3278-7 1. Lubrication and lubricants. This book or parts thereof may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form without the permission of the publishers.

Focuses on the practical daily aspects of lubrication that impact productivity. Covers, in detail, failure analysis, costing techniques, modes of friction, generations of lubricants, oil and grease classifications and evaluations (including animal/vegetable, mineral, and synthetic), viscosity and other oil and grease standards and characteristics, lubricant compatibility guidelines, how to calculate bearing and other lubrication requirements, preventive maintenance including wear particle analysis, and filter rating and classifications. Provides ten case studies drawn from the author's consulting experiences that emphasize the importance of developing and implementing effective, long-term solutions for lubrication, maintenance engineering, and maintenance management.
Comments: (2)
Jeb
This book is a basic guide to understand what lubrication is, and an introduction to the terms employed on this subject. There's no useful level of detail for a person that has been more than three months involved in this area in practice.
I disagree with the Editorial Review that describes it as a detailed set of explanations about many items involved in the lubrication process in industry. A basic description is not what I've always understood as a detailed explanation. This review is what made me buy the book; now I know this is not the book for anyone who wants a medium degree of clear information.
Fegelv
This book is short 2 chapters.IT IS NOT WHAT IS ADVERTISED,it must be a first edition or something..not updatede either,there is much newer technology.Too bad.