Lubricate Gears

There are many different types and sizes of gears. From small gears to large industrial gears. A gear wheel slides and rolls, as it were, causing friction and a machine can continue to run. Gears have the purpose to transfer rotational movements from one gear to another gear. Gears rotate 24-7 under all conditions, a lubricating film between the gears prevents metal-to-metal contact and therefore wear. The teeth of a gear are the most heavily loaded and are more likely to wear or even break off. Unnecessary maintenance, machine downtime and new parts are very expensive for a company. Lubricating gears is therefore essential.

Lubricate Gear Transmission

Gear wear and damage can largely be prevented when (open) gears, gearboxes and worm gearboxes are lubricated with lubricants such as greases and oils.

Lindemann lubricants and additives significantly reduce friction and protect seals and gaskets. Less friction results in lower temperatures and less energy costs. This results in considerable cost savings in the long term! Lindemann lubricants will adhere to the surfaces and will not be pushed away. The Blue-G grease maintains its original consistency. It does not thicken and will not thin out, as it is resistant to oxidation.

The extreme pressure and anti-wear properties ensure that Lindemann Blue-G grease offers a long service life under high shock and load conditions from low to very high temperatures. In addition, Blue-G contains Teflon (PTFE) that provides residual lubrication under the harshest conditions, as well as improving the extreme pressure characteristics of the grease.

Wondering why the Lindemann products are essential for your machines? Lindemann offers the best lubrication solution! Click on “Request Quote” and you will receive a response with the price within 24 hours.