Industrial Oils

Most lubricants are a blend of one or more base fluids and various additives. Mixing or formulating these components to produce the best product for a particular application can be a complex task.

It is often necessary to find a compromise between the conflicting requirements of performance, compatibility and cost. It is important that the lubricant shows a balanced performance profile and is not strong in one or two areas at the expense of poor performance in another.

Lubricants are chemical complexes. Various base fluids and additives are used. Lubricant properties depend on the interactions between these component substances. Formulas need to strike a balance to deliver the required performance.

Remember that ! 60% of the failures in industry are caused by incorrect lubricant selection or incorrect application of lubricant.