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Regenerative high-temperature chain oil helps reduce lubricant consumption significantly

07 May 2016

Particularly for the lubrication of oven transport chains for example in large industrial bakeries, Klüber Lubrication has developed Klüberfood NH1 CH 2-460. The new synthetic high-temperature oil dissolves and regenerates residues, which helps reduce maintenance costs significantly. 

The optimised thermal stability of the new, regenerative chain oil also leads to reduced lubricant consumption. ??"Klüberfood NH1 CH 2-460 provides for outstanding wear protection, so that continuous minimum quantity lubrication will help prolong the chain lives significantly," said Aldemir Oliveira, Global Business Development Manager - Food Industry at Klüber Lubrication. "Our new high-temperature chain oil therefore not only meets the highest hygiene standards in the food and pharmaceutical industries, but also increases the reliability of production processes."??

Klüberfood NH1 CH 2-460 has been specially designed for conveyor and transport chains in the food and pharmaceutical industries which may come into contact with products and packaging. The new high-temperature oil is NSF H1 registered and therefore complies with FDA 21 CFR 178.3570.


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