Klüber Lubrication at the ITMA 2019
New powerful tribological solutions for the textile industry, Munich
Textile machines are composed of very complex and sophisticated mechanical components. Speciality lubricants make a major contribution to increasing the efficiency in production. Moreover, they are a key to more energy efficiency and sustainability. At the ITMA 2019 Klüber Lubrication will be showing not only its high-quality speciality lubricants but also the automatic lubricant dispensers of the Klübermatic series as well as the services it provides to increase energy efficiency.
KlüberEnergy – Reduce energy costs and increase sustainability
In addition to forming a major part in operating costs, energy consumption also negatively affects the carbon dioxide footprint of a company. With KlüberEnergy Services, Klüber Lubrication offers comprehensive advice on the tribological systems used in the textile industry and helps realise energy saving potentials. "We do not only support our customers in reducing their energy costs but also in keeping their CO2 footprint low", explains Christian Forster, market manager textile industry at Klüber Lubrication.
Klübermatic – The right lubricant at the right place at the right time
Excessive or insufficient lubrication of components are among the most common errors occurring in lubricant use. The automatic lubricant dispensers of the Klübermatic series enable a reliable and precise lubrication, especially in the case of friction points that are difficult to access. The automatic lubrication systems do not only prevent overlubrication of components and hence minimise the risk of fabric contamination, but they also help counteract premature wear of machine parts due to insufficient lubrication while extending maintenance intervals and reducing production losses."
Under the motto "We make your favourite pieces last longer“ the experts from Klüber Lubrication will be pleased to answer all questions about tribological solutions, energy efficiency and sustainability at the ITMA 2019 in hall 8.1, stand A 209.