Harsh Operating Conditions

A variety of mechanisms may be subjected to harsh conditions.

These conditions vary widely. They include:

  • High and very low Temperatures
  • Rapid Changes in Temperature
  • Heavy Loads
  • Industrial process- and wastewater
  • Saltwater
  • Vapour and Smoke
  • Extreme pH-values (acidic or alkaline)
  • Dust
  • Solvents, Detergents
  • Rust and Corrosion
  • Abrasive Operating Atmospheres
  • Stick-slip Phenomena
  • High-speed Operations

Many industries face such situations, for example:

  • Hollow Glass
  • Flat Glass
  • Food and Processed-Food Industries
  • Insulation
  • Timber
  • Automotive
  • Steelmaking
  • Casting
  • Metal
  • Textile
  • Paper-making
  • Cement
  • Ceramics
  • Infrastructures
  • Public Works
  • Quarries
  • Mines
  • Drilling

Coping with harsh operating conditions and helping you solve the challenges you face is what we do! Please get in touch with us, should you have any questions about the lubrication of machines and equipment in harsh conditions.