from Time To Time, companies Will
maKe eXecuTiVe decisions to change
lubricant suppliers. These changeovers
can wreak havoc on a stable lubrication
and oil analysis program. It
is important to have a plan of action in
place with a focus on steps and considerations
from an operations perspective,
as well as the inclusion of the oil
analysis laboratory. This would include
considerations of the component
sump size, criticality and component
inclusion in an oil analysis
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