Lubrication Asset Management Program (LAMP)

Lubri-Con’s Lubrication Asset Management Program is a unique offer to the Trinidad and Tobago Industrial sector. Our company Lubri-Con Ltd has the capability to take over your plant’s entire Lubrication Management.

It is an approach that realizes that plant and equipment reliability and productivity is paramount to achieving operational excellence. In this regard, lubrication plays a most significant and important role.

Lubri-Con Ltd can assist your company in the development of a structured Lubrication Asset Management Program. The process consists of five major steps:

  1. Client Needs Analysis
  2. Lubrication Audit
  3. Development of a Lubrication Improvement proposal
  4. Implementation and Control
  5. Optimization

Our offer for providing lubrication asset management services will first require an initial meeting with the plant’s management team. Here we will discuss the plant's needs and obtain a superficial understanding of its lubrication status, personnel competencies and the objectives of management. This will result in the development of a Lubri-Con proposal for the development of the plant’s lubrication asset management program.

The first major step requires the completion of a plant lubrication audit. This process results in a more definite assessment of the plant’s lubrication status. A report is compiled and presented to the plant’s management team to aid the decision making process and budgetary allocations.

The implementation of the reliability centered lubrication asset management program begins with a focus on engineering out existing issues raised by the lubrication audit report. Lubri-Con will design for its customers a lubrication management program intended to enhance plant and equipment performance and longevity. Our aim is to ensure efficiency in ALL Lubrication related processes and activities.

Our philosophy is positioned around but not limited to implementing our 5R’s principle:

  • The Right Lubricant
  • The Right place
  • The Right amount
  • The Right frequency
  • The Right methodology

The absence of a structured lubrication management program invites failures which will result in costly equipment down time and production losses. A structured Lubrication Management System can provide the following benefits:

  • Less unscheduled downtime
  • Lower maintenance cost
  • Extended lubricant life/li>
  • Higher equipment reliability
  • Increase in production
  • Hard dollar savings
  • Increase in bottom line profit