Industrial Gear Oil:
Din 51517-3 CLP – Contains additives which protect from corrosion, oxidation and wear in the mixed friction zone (this is the Siemens MD specification)
CLP High-performance gear oils for spur, bevel, planetary and worm gears, excellent wear protection, very high ageing resistance, good load carrying capacity and viscosity-temperature-behavior, excellent water and air separation capacity.
CLPF High-performance gear oils for heavy-duty spur, bevel and planetary gears with high contact pressure or shock loads, good load carrying capacity and excellent wear protection thanks to solid lubricant component MoS2, good viscosity-temperature behavior, very high ageing resistance, excellent water and air separation capacity.
CLP HC High-performance gear oil based on poly alpha olefin for heavy-duty spur, bevel, planetary and worm gears, for extended oil changing intervals, excellent wear protection, very high ageing resistance, miscible with mineral oil
High-performance gear oil on poly glycol basis, for heavy duty spur, bevel, planetary and worm gears for extended oil changing intervals, excellent wear protection, very high ageing resistance, reduces friction loss in the gear
Din 51517-2 CL – Contains additives that protect from corrosion and oxidation, suitable for average load conditions.
Machine and circulating oil for flood lubricated bearings in rolling mills, excellent water separation capacity and corrosion protection, very good resistance to ageing
ISO VG 32 Upto 1000
Pack Size: 20 & 205 Liters.
The demands made on gear oils have risen significantly. New developments in the field of technology are mostly accompanied by increases in component performance: More performance or higher capacity needs to be transferred in ever shorter periods of time. At the same time, components and gearboxes become increasingly smaller and compact.
Note: A gear oil, as one of the most important and complex engineering elements, must satisfy changing application conditions and performance requirements. Oil volumes get smaller, oil circulation cycles increase and the energy transferred to the lubricant increases. This leads to an increase in the thermal and oxidative load on the lubricant. And in addition, the technical demands on industrial lubricants have changed dramatically over recent years – these have become more “stringent”. New, complex bench tests with exact thresholds have been developed to better reflect the demands and problem areas in drive trains and gears.
Whatever the application we can provide products to meet your needs.