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Seminars set for May focus on using oil analysis as a predictive maintenance tool

Calgary, AB - AGAT Laboratories has announced its new Lubricants Testing Technical Seminar Series will take place this month at three Alberta locations. The seminars are designed for industry professionals interested in achieving maintenance...



Calgary, AB – AGAT Laboratories has announced its new Lubricants Testing Technical Seminar Series will take place this month at three Alberta locations. The seminars are designed for industry professionals interested in achieving maintenance excellence through oil analysis.

AGAT Laboratories’ Lubricants Testing Technical Seminars are events hosted to offer industry personnel an understanding of the practical implementation of an effective and efficient oil analysis program.

The seminars are presented by L. (Tex) Leugner, director of equipment reliability and lubricant testing services at AGAT Laboratories. He is an equipment reliability and lubricant specialist and an award-winning author (through his articles in Machinery & Equipment MRO magazine).

The events are recommended for all industry personnel who have a professional interest in mechanical maintenance, reliability and lubrication. This includes maintenance and reliability engineers, field operators, plant superintendents, and engine and equipment specialists.

The seminars are scheduled for Whitecourt, AB, on May 22; Grande Prairie, AB, on May 27; and at the Fort St. John Energy Expo on May 29. Registration to the Whitecourt and Grande Prairie events includes a half-day technical seminar, coffee and lunch. The Fort St. John seminar is held in conjunction with the FSJ Energy Expo and will include beverages and a complimentary pass to the Expo.

Register online at http://www.agatlabs.com/oil-analysis-technical-seminars.cfm.


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