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Selasa, 27 Juli 2010

Air, this situation is no longer sustainable

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There's no genius in dumping oil
or changing hydraulic components
until a problem goes away.

Anybody can do that.

But the skilled specialist who can
keep a complex hydraulic machine running
reliably and 'on the smell of an oily rag'
is much, much harder to find.

Which is why they are highly valued
and sought after. Even more so
this year than last.

In fact, times have never been better
for the skilled hydraulics specialist.

How can I make this statement
with such confidence
in these uncertain times?

Because just about every hydraulic equipment
operating environment I've ever seen is
'a land of the blind'. I'd be hard pressed
to look at any hydraulic installation
and not be able to find, within 15 minutes,
significant holes through which
a meaningful amount of money is escaping.

This MAY have been sustainable when
the economy was going like gangbusters.

But not now.

So the present value of 'all-round'
hydraulics expertise:
-AND maintenance
IS real AND plain to see.

But getting and keeping on top off all this
stuff is NOT a one-time event.

It's an ongoing challenge.

And this is the reason for
my latest initiative.

To be frank, it may not be for you, Air.

But to make it real easy for you
to decide one way or the other,
you can take it for a full-throttle
'test-drive' for just $1.

But you'll need to be quick;

Yours for better hydraulics knowledge,

Brendan Casey


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