WESTBURY, NY–(Marketwired – October 13, 2015) – Spectronics Corporation has released a free white paper discussing several ways in which preventative maintenance and reliability can be drastically improved in the mining industry to increase employee safety. It may surprise many to learn that using poorly maintained equipment not only puts employees in danger, but also the operation at risk for costly breakdowns. Statistics show that hydraulic system failures are the leading cause of breakdowns in mines. When considering the factors that contribute to the wear and tear of equipment, implementing a preventive maintenance program is a budget friendly solution.
Second in a series of white papers, this document also explains the financial consequences of injuries related to failing fluid power systems, a result of poor maintenance. Learn to catch signs of failure early and to improve the safety of mining employees by downloading this free white paper now.
You will also learn:
- The top priorities for global mining companies
- Improving equipment reliability
- How fluid systems work
- How finding and fixing leaks saves money
- What fluid injection injuries are
- The financial and emotional consequences of fluid injection injuries
- 3 ways maintenance is typically done
- How to catch early signs of system failure
This free white paper includes tips on how to improve the reliability of equipment through the use of preventive maintenance, increase of employee safety, and decrease annual costs. For more information on preventive maintenance and Spectronics Corporation, please visit http://www.spectroline.com.
Headquartered in Westbury, New York, Spectronics Corporation invented fluorescent leak detection in 1955, and remains the world’s leading manufacturer of ultraviolet equipment and fluorescent dyes. Spectroline® cutting-edge, top-quality, industry-awarded lamps, dyes, radiometers and diagnostic tools are built to exacting standards, and are used for literally dozens of markets, some of which include Industrial, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Laboratory, Semiconductor, Nondestructive Testing and Forensics. Spectronics Corporation is dedicated to upholding high standards in design manufacturing, ensuring customer satisfaction and developing innovative technologies that make the world a better place. For more information, call toll-free 1-800-274-8888. Outside the U.S. and Canada, call 516-333-4840. Website at www.spectroline.com.