Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Interview with the Editor: Basic Handbook of Lubrication, 3rd Edition

Join us for this week's interview, where we talk with Evan Zabawski, Editor of TLT and the Alberta Section's publication: Basic Handbook of Lubrication. 
Basic Handbook of Lubrication, 3rd Ed.
 
Evan covers the intended audience for the book, unique qualities of the book compared to other similar publications, topics/sections in the book, and most importantly: how you might use the book in your daily work - either as a reference or to troubleshoot and solve a specific problem.
 
Bottom line: A great resource for daily issues or challenges on the shop floor AND as a reference for regular questions when you're implementing and maintaining a lube program. 

To listen to the interview, click the "play" button in the slider bar below, or click here to download the file (great for on-the-go info!). See the transcript/interview notes for timing and topics covered in the interview.



You might also be interested in: 
  • Book Review of the Basic Handbook of Lubrication, 3rd Edition
  • Fundamentals of Lubrication, STLE University Online Certificate Course, covering basic concepts of friction, lubrication and wear in 5 interactive self-contained modules
  • Basic Lubrication, STLE University Online Short Course, covering basic concepts of friction, lubrication and wear in 4 lecture-style modules
  • Lubricant Composition, STLE University Online Short Course, covering base oils, additives and greases in 5 lecture-style modules
Have you purchased the book? Tell us what you think in the comments below!

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