Auditing of your lubrication strategies and processes is a popular way to analyse any of the short comings that may yield savings and improvements to reliability and performance. Audits that are typically conducted are often highly time taxing taking several days or weeks to complete. They are often expensive and typically they leave your business with large and extensive reports with very little in the way of meaningful and achievable targets for improvement. We call this Analysis Paralysis”.
It is for this reason that Lubrication Engineering introduced the SnapShot Audit. This auditing method is specifically designed to provide your business with meaningful data that can be acted on immediately and with measurable results. We appreciate that time is valuable so our auditing process takes hours not days or weeks. A typical Power Station
for example can usually be completed within 1 day, not a week.
The SnapShot Audit takes a look at all key lubrication aspects to gain an overview of the lubrication strategy maturity; not every single lubrication point within your facility.
What does a SnapShot Audit Involve:
- Lubricant selection & Inventory
- Lubricant deliveries
- Lubricant storage
- Lubricant identification & tagging
- Lubricant transfer
- Contamination control
- Lubricant sampling & analysis
- Lubricant program management
correlated against previous audits to show improvements.
Opex maintenance spend and how this is utilised. Information from these
questions is used to develop a financial opportunity that can be used as part of a
business plan for you to justify any capital expenditure that may be required
to make improvements.
Our expert auditors are typically able to recommend the equipment required for improvements and having knowledge of these costs enables us to provide your business with a complete financial Return on Investment analysis.