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Wednesday, 11 December 2019 09:03

WearCheck Monitor Issue 80

Festive season opening hours, 2020 course dates and more…

As we near the finish line for 2019, our final edition of Monitor newsletter is released. In it, you’ll find details of our holiday opening hours, and useful explanations of Particle Volume Index (PVI) readings and the Viscosity Index. Our ever-popular Lube Tip is there, along with news of important upcoming events on the condition monitoring calendar, 2020 training course dates (oil analysis training and Mobius courses) and other news of training sessions, expos and some outstanding achievements by our staff. You can read all about it here http://www.wearcheck.co.za/shared/M80.pdf

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Friday, 23 December 2016 08:14

Monitor Issue 73

2016 was a busy year indeed for WearCheck...celebrating 40 years of condition monitoring excellence, reaching an important SABS milestone, attending many international and local conferences and expos and installing some high-tech new laboratory equipment.

Have a look at Monitor 73 to read more about these stories, as well as WearCheck’s popular new bypass filter, and find the answer to the question on everyone’s lips…WHO won the fabulous Samsung tablet? (The lucky draw prize for the customer services survey respondents)!

Under the Technical Tip section diagnostics manager John Evans explains in detail how to react to your sample report.

Click here to read about these and other stories.

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Tuesday, 19 May 2015 10:58

WearCheck Monitor Issue 69

Did you know that there are serious consequences of poor laser shaft alignment? Or that WearCheck is about to open its 11th laboratory in the DRC?
And, are you aware how the latest laboratory technology can help your business?

All this information - and plenty more - is featured in the latest WearCheck Monitor newsletter.

You can learn about GC, ICP and HPLC technologies, and why WearCheck has invested heavily in them. There is a wealth of information on WearCheck’s comprehensive training schedule and some useful take-home advice garnered from the WearCheck stands at several recent industry expos. 

We also announce the winner of the 2014 customer survey lucky draw…

To read the latest issue of Monitor, please CLICK HERE

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Thursday, 09 October 2014 10:45

WearCheck Monitor Issue 68

We have had many proud WearCheck moments so far this year…and they are all featured in the latest Monitor newsletter.

You can read all about our world first milestones, several loyal staff notching up an incredible 25 years’ service, new offices in two regions, millions of samples diagnosed…and even a love story! 

Of course, there are also many useful and educational technical tips – in this edition, our focus is on the wind turbine industry.

Other snippets of news feature all the expos, conferences and training courses our team members have attended and presented, both locally and globally.

And our team is expanding – meet the four newest ladies who have boosted our technical expertise in several WearCheck offices around South Africa.

P.S. Watch out for the next issue of Monitor to see who won the iPad mini in the 2014 WearCheck customer survey lucky draw.

Click here to download Monitor Issue 68.


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Tuesday, 03 September 2013 14:01

Monitor Issue 66

WearCheck's latest Monitor newsletter features a wealth of technical tips and other innovations in the condition monitoring world, in particular a discussion on the merits of sulphur testing, and an overview of reliability solutions.

Join us as we take a peek at WearCheck’s very first West African laboratory in Ghana, and meet some of the team members from around the world who are dedicated to maintaining international oil analysis standards.

A key to maximising investment in any condition monitoring programme is to ensure that your staff members undergo the correct oil analysis training – the latest newsletter features a comprehensive summary of WearCheck training courses, which makes it easy to select each level of training for different role players.

Click here to read more on these stories and many more in Monitor 66

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