relubrication

relubrication

(ˌriːluːbrɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act or process of lubricating something again
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In addition, there was a reguirement for relubrication of the bearings without having to shut down the fan, which would disrupt production.
This includes services such as the development of lubrication schedules, cleaning and relubrication, general inspections as well as lubricant and component analyses.
With their special additives, these oils offer good wear protection and show low evaporation losses and high oxidation stability for optimized relubrication intervals.
The lifetime of the damaged wheel could have been saved thanks to an earlier relubrication.
Next, you should disassemble the gun and do a light cleaning and relubrication.
The bearings have a particularly long operating life and have long relubrication intervals.
It eliminates any need for relubrication, minimizes ingress of potentially damaging contaminants, and resists.
The results were dramatic, as conveyor lubrication material and labour costs were reduced by more than 80 percent, and increased reliability helped the user reduce relubrication work orders by 75 percent.
It offers application expertise, failure analysis, custom relubrication, inventory-management programs, and mechanical subassemblies.
Regular maintenance called for a 4-hour downtime each week for relubrication of the bearings.
Structural integrity of the polyurethane female condom after multiple cycles of disinfection, washing, drying and relubrication, Contraception, 2003, 67(1):65-72.
The unit is lubricated for life with USDA-approved grease to save time and money associated with relubrication.