Do you work on an oil rig? Maybe you don’t work on an oil rig, but you’re in some way into mining and that’s what you do for a living. or maybe you just know someone who’s into the mining industry. Either way, you probably know that oil costs a lot of money — but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a way to decrease the cost. Look inside “6 Ways to Decrease the Oil Cost on a Mine Site ｜Total Mining Solutions” for more.
- A core fundamental of oil management is to rationalize the number of lubricants and lubricant packaging.
- The Total mining team has observed that this can result in savings up to 17 % of your total oil cost!
- This is done through savings in physical inventories, costs associated with handling, spoilage, theft, storage space and stock obsolescence.
“Contamination control is often overlooked when considering why premature failure occurred or why oil life has been diminished. The two primary contaminants in oil are dirt (environmental dust) and moisture.”