For more than a decade, FUCHS LUBRITECH in Kaiserslautern has been relying on this special documentation platform that is constantly optimized. “With the FUCHS LUBRICANTS INSPECTOR, the digital age is now also advancing in the servicing of open gears, which are used primarily in mining, the cement industry, but also in the chemical and ceramics industries,” says Karin Simonis, Assistant Head of Technical Service, who looks after the FUCHS LUBRICANTS INSPECTOR from Kaiserslautern. “Already during the inspection by FUCHS LUBRITECH’s application engineer, the results can be entered into the database via a tablet, and the complete report is available to the customers in digital form immediately after completion of the service – around the clock, anywhere in the world.”
The FUCHS LUBRICANTS INSPECTOR app displays at a glance the current machine report and status, which is displayed as a traffic light system. Not only customers but also other application engineers are able to view machine developments from the history that is also accessible. This is particularly interesting if the extent to which the optimization potential can be exploited and demonstrated after maintenance measures have been carried out as part of an extended service or lubricant change. Photos, videos and infrared images are also directly available, as are graphical representations. All in all, the FUCHS LUBRICANTS INSPECTOR features four menu options, including the “News” section, which will also be increasingly used in the future for information from FUCHS that is of general interest.