Are you seeing foam in your circulating oil system or experiencing unscheduled down times and are bearing loss?
The presence of air in circulating oil can lead to foaming, reduction in viscosity and thickness of oil, change in air flow meter characteristics, and a reduction in bearing life.
Unscheduled downtime maintenance can be very expensive and in these times, you can’t afford to lose a costly Yankee, Roller, Tad or gear box bearing. Practical solutions and tools are required!
We're here to help you get the tools you need to offset these issues when they arise.
Join us on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. EST, as we host a webinar on water and air ingress in tissue and paper machine oil. Our webinar will help you learn what immediate concrete actions you can take to reduce your cost and provide you with solutions that a vibration analysis might not catch!
What we'll cover:
- Air and water ingress
- How ingress impacts your circoil systems for both tissue and paper machines.
- How to identify ingress locations
- Guidance for stopping water and air ingress
- Practical actions your team can implement
Join us as we hear from industry leader Robert Read on helpful tips on how to identify water and air ingress and guidance for how to stop it!
About the Presenter:
We are honored to have industry leader, Robert Read as our presenter!
Read is a Chemical Engineer, graduating from Purdue University, with over 45 years of experience working in the Chemical and Paper industries. He has served as a featured presenter at TAPPI conferences.
His most recent position was the National Accounts Manager for Pulp and Paper Lubrication in North America for SKF. He's had an extensive career and has worked for companies such as Safematic, DuPont, ICI, Morton Salt, HPD, and the Dedert Corporation. Robert is currently based in the Atlanta area where he serves as the President of R&J Corporation.
This is a great opportunity to learn how to deal with the issue of unscheduled down time and to gain insight from an esteemed industry veteran such as Read.
We hope you can make it on Wednesday, July 8th at 11:00 a.m. EST!
Register today to save your spot!