Brandy Padilla



Does lane oil evaporate? How long should the oil pattern sit before bowling?

Republished courtesy of The Inside Line, a Kegel Publication (November 19, 2014)

2012KegelBrandyPadilla_small.jpg When it comes to lane conditions, every person has their own ideas as to what they think works best. Mechanics, proprietors, and bowlers all have a difference of opinion when it comes to dressing the lanes. Ask 100 different people and you're likely to get 100 different answers. In bowling, it's one of those topics that just seems to create a lot of controversy and a lot of differences in opinions. Because of all these different opinions, we get many questions regarding what the best methods are for ensuring lanes are the same from day to day.



Understanding KOSI Composite Graphs

By Brandy Padilla, Chemical Engineer and Safety Director for Kegel

20120908CompositeGraph_small.jpgHow many times have you gone to a bowling tournament, or even a bowling league, and seen a lane pattern graph and not known what in the world you were looking at? If you are like me, and I know there are many of you out there, when you look at a lane pattern graph, you don't really know how to extract information from it. To help you, I have consulted some of the top minds in pattern theory for a little lesson in how to read and understand the various types of lane graphs

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