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Posts from the month "April 2014"
Klüber Lubrication introduces VGP-compliant grease
Klüber Lubrication, a worldwide manufacturer of specialty lubricants, has introduced Klüberbio AG 39-602, an environmentally acceptable adhesive lubricant for open gears and steel cables. Based on ester oil and selected additives, the grease complies with the requirements for environmentally acceptable[…]
It’s Very Cold – So What?
Specialty lubricants for use at low temperatures The reliability of modern wind turbines and their components can be enhanced by using lubricants designed to meet specific requirements. New specialty lubricants for gear rim/pinion drives on pitch and yaw bearings can[…]
New environmentally acceptable gear oil for tunnel thrusters
Klüber Lubrication adds to portfolio of biodegradable lubricants for the marine industry Klϋber Lubrication, a worldwide manufacturer of specialty lubricants, has introduced Klüberbio EG 2-68, an environmentally acceptable 68 cSt viscosity gear oil. This new biodegradable gear oil has been[…]
- Knowledge Center
Tribology—The Key to Proper Lubricant Selection
In the past, the lubrication requirements for a specific application could be satisfied using one of the available general-purpose lubricants. Lubricant selection typically was based on experience and empirical knowledge. This approach is no longer viable in today’s exacting environments,[…]
- Food & Beverage
High temperature chain oil product and usage expertise highlighted at Reliable Plant 2014
Klüber Lubrication, a worldwide manufacturer of specialty lubricants, will showcase Klüberfood NH1 CH 2-220, its premier oil for lubricating high-temperature chains in both baking and beverage can manufacturing applications, at Reliable Plant 2014. The annual conference and exhibition for machinery[…]
How Ester-Based Oils Handle Hydrolysis to Remain the Top EAL for VGP
Vessel owner/operators and equipment manufacturers must understand ester oil performance characteristics to assist in their selection of environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs) in response to the new Vessel General Permit (VGP). In the marine environment, ester-based oils exhibit excellent biodegradation, non-bioaccumulation[…]