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By ensuring your new mining lubricants meet your OEM’s specific ISO oil
cleanliness spec, you can reduce the rate of equipment failures in your mining
operation and the unplanned operational downtime that comes with them. 

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3 Steps to evaluate a lubricant supplier

We’ve put together a checklist of some key questions you should be asking about oil cleanliness when you’re in the process of selecting or evaluating a new mining lubricant supplier.

Minimize wear and protect your equipment

The chain reaction that particle contamination creates can be felt far beyond parts and labor costs. Have a look at how starting with clean oil—with help from the ISOCLEAN® Certified Lubricants Program—can reduce contaminant-caused wear in your mining equipment.

Want to know more about transitioning to clean oil?
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Discover how this copper mine saved over $100K 

by reducing particle contamination 

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See how this company achieved oil cleanliness 

and extended mining equipment life 

Set up an on-site evaluation for cleaner oil and better cost savings.

Need to speak directly with a lubrication engineer?

Call us at 1-800-582-3835 or visit the LubeTek
support page.