Learn how you can enhance your plant’s reliability and reduce your total cost of ownership with automatic lubrication systems. Presenters will draw upon their depth of experience to explain the benefits of using automatic lubrication, which systems to select for different types of equipment, and the pros and cons of these systems.
1) Why you should use automatic lubrication systems
2) Different types of systems and advantages of each
3) Where each system is likely to be used
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Dean Hammes, Technical Manager – Automatic Lubrication Systems, Lubrication Engineers, Inc., has a bachelor’s degree in business management from Concordia College in Delaware, an associate degree in fluid power technology from Southwestern Technical College in Minnesota and a life coach certificate from the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in Arizona. Dean has been with Lubrication Engineers since 2013. He has experience designing custom automatic lubrication systems for mining, food and beverage, manufacturing, steel, mobile and cement industries. Prior to LE, Dean worked for Bijur Delimon International, an automated lubrication systems manufacturer, and he held sales and management positions with companies that sold automatic lubrication systems; and hydraulic, pneumatic, and fluid connector products. In addition to sales and training certificates, he has several technical certifications, CLS from STLE, System Design from Vickers, and MSHA from U.S. Department of Labor. He is a member of SMRP.
Preston Rubottom, Lubrication Reliability Solutions Manager, Lubrication Engineers, Inc., studied manufacturing engineering at Wichita State University, and worked for nine years at Spirit AeroSystems in manufacturing, maintenance, and facilities management. He began his career at LE in 2014 as a technical advisor before moving to his current role in 2019. As a Lubrication Reliability Solutions Manager, Preston works with large, multilocation businesses to offer a comprehensive program including reliability products and services that complement LE lubricants. He provides lubrication reliability assessments, product recommendations, training, presentations, and program implementations. He holds MLT I and CLS certifications from STLE, respectively. He is a member of SMRP and serves as chairman of the Wichita, KS, chapter.