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Reliability Centered Lubrication<br />Matt Spurlock, CMRP<br />Director of Lubrication Services<br />Allied Reliability, I...
What is Reliability Centered Lubrication?<br />	a process used to determine the lubrication and contamination control requ...
RCL Process Map<br />
Attributes, quantities and Current state<br />Indicate recommended state<br />Contamination control<br />
Calculations for grease quantities and intervals<br />Lubricantrecommendations<br />Modification assignments<br />
What ways does it fail to fulfill its functions?<br /><ul><li> Lubrication Related
Incorrect Lubricant
Wrong viscosity
Incorrect additives
Under lubricated
Over lubricated
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  1. 1. Reliability Centered Lubrication<br />Matt Spurlock, CMRP<br />Director of Lubrication Services<br />Allied Reliability, Inc.<br />What would you do with more free time?<br />
  2. 2. What is Reliability Centered Lubrication?<br /> a process used to determine the lubrication and contamination control requirements of any physical asset in its operating context allowing for means of condition monitoring thus having the ability to impact the overall asset health of the lubricated component.<br />
  3. 3. RCL Process Map<br />
  4. 4.
  5. 5. Attributes, quantities and Current state<br />Indicate recommended state<br />Contamination control<br />
  6. 6. Calculations for grease quantities and intervals<br />Lubricantrecommendations<br />Modification assignments<br />
  7. 7. What ways does it fail to fulfill its functions?<br /><ul><li> Lubrication Related
  8. 8. Incorrect Lubricant
  9. 9. Wrong viscosity
  10. 10. Incorrect additives
  11. 11. Under lubricated
  12. 12. Over lubricated
  13. 13. Overextended oil change
  14. 14. Contamination
  15. 15. Process Debris
  16. 16. Moisture
  17. 17. Environmental dirt</li></ul>Specialty and one off design work<br />Review data forconsistency<br />What can be done to predict or prevent each failure?<br />Project implementation approval<br /><ul><li>Oil Analysis/Grease Analysis
  18. 18. Contamination Control Measures
  19. 19. Calculated re-grease
  20. 20. Scheduled visual inspections
  21. 21. Lubrication procedures
  22. 22. Documented routing/planning</li></ul>What causes each functional failure?<br /><ul><li> Lack of training
  23. 23. Lack of complete job plans & procedures
  24. 24. Lack of calculated re-lubrication quantities and intervals
  25. 25. Inadequate contamination control measures</li></li></ul><li>Lube route development<br />Sample Route Creation<br />Remote Analysis<br />Training and Mentoring Tech's<br />(Lube Storage Design)<br />
  26. 26.
  27. 27. Lubrication Integrated into Asset Health<br />
  28. 28. Other Lubrication Options<br />Lube Room Design<br />Corporate Lubrication Program Standards Development<br />Parts Procurement Support<br />Corporate Oil Analysis Program Standards Development<br />Specific Lubricantrecommendation<br />General Lubrication and Contamination Control Consulting<br />Oil Analysis<br />
  29. 29. QUESTIONS?<br />Contact :<br />Matt Spurlock<br />Director of Lubrication Services<br />spurlockm@alliedreliability.com<br />317-910-4443<br />
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