The practice of lube analysis has been proven time and again to be an effective approach to reduce maintenance and downtime costs. However many lube analysis programs do not deliver outstanding results. Join Tim Nelson as he explores some of the most common reasons why lube analysis programs fail and what you can do to help ensure yours will succeed. By focusing on the reasons for failure, you will learn how to avoid them and create a world-class lube analysis program. Tim Nelson has more than 30 years experience working in the maintenance and reliability disciplines. Much of his knowledge and experience was gained while managing the Lubrication and Oil Analysis programs for a major chemical plant.