Industrial lubricant shelf life
Lubricating oils and greases all come with a recommended shelf life, which can give you a reasonable expectation that the lubricant will perform as intended so long as it is stored properly in its original, sealed container. Before using lubricants at the end of their shelf life period, it’s important to perform laboratory testing (recertification) to make sure they can still perform well in your application. Learn why that testing is important, the difference between lubricant shelf life and service life, and what qualifies a lubricant as a “normal” or “short” shelf life product.
Handling and storing lubricants
Avoid spills, leaks and safety risks with these tips for the proper storage and handling of your lubricants.
Storage and handling FAQs
Learn about best practices for storage, handling and maintaining shelf life of your lubricants.
The Grease Experts
Grease can feel like a complicated lubrication topic, but we’re here to help. In “The Grease Experts” series, grease veterans Chris and Toby answer questions sourced from real operators to help answer some common questions about grease.