Exxonmobil aviation lubricant storage

Storage and handling recommendations and best practices  

Lubricating oils and greases are formulated to satisfy specific kinds of service. If not handled and stored properly, they can deteriorate or become contaminated and, as a result, provide inadequate lubrication or become waste that requires disposal.

This tech topic outlines helpful recommendations and best practices for storing and handling lubricants in a manner that prevents contamination, deterioration and waste. It provides details on:

  • First-in, first-out (FIFO) inventory management
  • Types of containers and how to handle them
  • Indoor storage best practices
  • Outdoor storage best practices
  • Product handling

To learn more, please download the full technical topic below.

2024 Kb File in English

6/27/2017

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