Sales Activity Manager for GreasePoint, 5+ Years of Experience with Automatic Lubrication
November 2, 2020 // 2 minute read
Whether your equipment utilizes oil or grease, there are some best practices and things to consider when protecting your equipment for the winter months ahead.
At really low temperatures oil can congeal and stop flowing. When this happens, preventable wear and tear is occurring in your equipment. The same is true for greaseable lubrication points, as well. As it gets colder, viscosity increases and it’s harder for your lubricant of choice to get where it’s needed. This can lead to increased energy consumption, premature failure, and unplanned downtime.
So, what can we do to mitigate the effect of cold weather on critical lubrication?
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