With thousands of tonnes of cement being produced every day and machines working under extremely tough conditions, Cementa has to know that everything is working as it should. Preventive maintenance with the right lubricants is a vital factor in keeping the plant running.
At Moelven, working with us saves money. It also makes production more efficient, as each machine is matched with the right lubricant and the right expertise. This has laid the foundation for a partnership in which day-to-day dialogue is pivotal.
Case: Scana Steel Björneborg
When Scana Steel Björneborg ran into difficulties with their hardening process there was a sense of urgency. FUCHS helped out with a record speed oil analysis. It simplified the problem solving and limited the production stoppage at the facility in Värmland, Sweden.
Case: ECOCOOL EAL
A metalworking company that makes special products for international aerospace and defence customers needed to review its lubricant solution. The company had extremely high quality and production demands, and the machines had to run with flawless perfection around the clock, without any waste.
Case: RENOLIT NOVAWAY
We were contacted by an ultra-modern sawmill that had long been having problems with its large central lubrication system. They had recently transitioned from being a traditional sawmill to being a modern processing industry. Needless to say, the central lubrication problems were devastating for the newly built, hyper-modern saw with high demands on performance and efficiency.
Case: ECOCOOL BOOSTER L1
A large manufacturer of plumbing and bathroom products needed to review its work processes to increase efficiency and reduce costs. They initially used an effective basic drawing oil when drawing bathtubs. However, the oil meant that all the bathtubs had to be washed before going on to welding, steeping and enamelling – a time-consuming process.
Case: Product Development
A company that leads the world in propellers and water jets needed an oil product that enabled propellers to be replaced under water. Bringing a ship into dry dock to change a propeller is an expensive business. But then again, changing one under water is not exactly straightforward either.