Most film stretchers are operated over three shifts without stoppage. Any downtime required for maintenance or due to malfunction comes at the expense of plant productivity; the chain oil used has a major influence on these factors. Varnish build-up can prevent penetration of sufficient lubricant to the friction points of the chain pins and the guide rail. This leads to higher friction, requiring more lubricant. This will in turn lead to further contamination making premature cleaning of the whole machine (transverse direction orienter) necessary - a costly and time-consuming procedure. Our aim is therefore to extend your maintenance intervals and reduce the cost of maintenance operations.
Our profound expertise in the development of high-temperature chain oils is based on 40 years of experience gained in collaboration with leading OEMs and film stretcher operators.
Klüber Lubrication cooperated with Brückner Maschinenbau to develop Klübersynth CH 2-280 for the specific requirements of their sliding chain systems in biaxial film stretchers. Consequently, this lubricant is a vital factor for the profitable operation of these machines. The special combination of ester oils and additives produces only a minimum of residues and shows high thermal resistance. This means the used chain oil can flow off better, keeping the chain system clean. Cleaning intervals can be extended and operating costs are reduced. Another effect of the special additives is lower wear at the friction points and hence longer chain life.
With its good price-performance ratio, Klübersynth CH 2-280 offers film stretcher operators high machine availability at low cost. This makes it the most economical product in our successful series of chain oils.