Continuous machine availability and reasonable energy costs are critical factors for profitable production in the film stretching industry. The single major influence on these factors is Chain Oil. Residue build up on chains inevitably prevents sufficient lubricant from reaching the friction points at the chain pins and the guide rail. This leads to greater friction and more lubrication, which in turn leads to more residues and the need for premature cleaning, machine downtime and loss of production.
With Klübersynth CHZ 2-225, which is NSF H2 certified, the chain oil family for film stretchers made by Klüber Lubrication has been consistently upgraded. Over 40 years of cooperation and partnership with film stretcher OEMs and operators has helped us build sound technical expertise in the development of high-temperature chain oils.
The right lubricant for efficiency and reliability
A comprehensive range of products and services from Klüber Lubrication offers maximum performance where the production process involves high consumption of resources.
Klübersynth CHZ 2-225 was especially developed for conveyor chain sliding systems and pins in biaxial high-speed film stretching machines, which usually run at high speed and at oven temperatures up to 240 °C. This highly potent solution is the result of the technical expertise and esters developed from over 40 years of our close collaboration with film stretcher OEMs and operators.
A little care. Big savings. Bigger productivity.
Klübersynth CHZ 2-225 is the most advanced product in Klüber Lubrication’s successful series of chain oils.
- Klübersynth CHZ 2-225 contains special additives that reduce the adhesion of residues in the chain system.
- Minimal residue means sufficient lubricant reaches the friction points for many months or even years.
- It makes premature cleaning unnecessary, extends residue-induced maintenance intervals and boosts machine availability.
- Additionally, optimised lubrication cuts down energy consumption and increases the life of the chains and machines.
So overall, Klübersynth CHZ 2-225 ensures increased machine availability and cost efficiency which in turn enables exceptional performance and high profitability for film stretcher operators.
It is miscible with all Klüber chain oils offered for biaxial film stretchers, except Premium Fluid Special. Even then, it is advisable that the chain system and machine parts are cleaned before filling the new lubricant so that it can unleash its full potential. Klübersynth CZ 2-85 is recommended for this cleaning purpose.
However, when changing over from chain oils made by other manufacturers, expert advice is required. Besides, oil reservoirs and inspection ports must be made of mineral glass. They must not be made of PMMA or PC. If other thermoplastic materials are to be used, compatibility has to be checked before the changeover.
About Klüber Lubrication
Klüber Lubrication is one of the world's leading manufacturers of specialty lubricants, offering high-end tribological solutions to virtually all industries and markets worldwide. Most products are developed and made to specific customer requirements. During its more than 80 years of existence, Klüber Lubrication has provided high-quality lubricants, thorough consultation and extensive services, which has earned it an excellent reputation in the market. The company holds all common industrial certifications and operates a testing section hardly rivalled in the lubricants industry.
Klüber Lubrication, set up as a retail company for mineral oil products in Munich in 1929, is today part of Freudenberg Chemical Specialties SE & Co. KG, a Business Group of the Freudenberg Group, Weinheim. Klüber Lubrication has about 2,000 employees across 30 countries.
About Freudenberg Chemical Specialties
Freudenberg Chemical Specialties develops, manufactures and markets chemical specialties. In order to be as close as possible to customers, the company has a global market presence comprising five brands: Klüber Lubrication, Chem-Trend, OKS, SurTec and Capol. Freudenberg Chemical Specialties is one of the world's leading manufacturers of specialty lubricants, release agents, chemo-technical maintenance products as well as surface treatment and electroplating solutions. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, Freudenberg Chemical Specialties operates in about 40 countries via its own companies. In 2015, the Business Group employed a workforce of around 3,300 and generated a turnover of approx. Euro 960 million.