Klüber Lubrication Offers Offshore Lubricants


Klüber Lubrication offers a comprehensive lubrication portfolio designed for the extreme challenges found in the offshore industry, helping to improve operational efficiency, increase lubrication intervals and reduce downtime.

Klüberplex AG 11-461 and 462 are white operating and priming lubricants, designed to lubricate couplings, joints, gear rim and pinion drives, open gears, low-speed rolling bearings, sliding and guide rails, and steel cables of winches or cranes in marine and offshore applications. The products are able to resist high loads and protect mechanisms against corrosion when exposed to saltwater spray.

Klüberplex AG 11-461 and 462 also provide good adhesion and elevated wear protection at low temperatures, and offer reduced maintenance needs and improved component performance.

The Klübermatic single point automatic lubrication system (SPAL) ensures an uninterrupted supply of fresh lubricant to each friction point to extend equipment reliability, minimize manual lubrication, and improve operational uptime. The system reliably delivers the correct amount of lubricant at the correct interval over the lifetime of the applicator to reduce bearing temperature and temperature spikes that may occur due to under-lubrication, reducing wear and increasing bearing life.

Klübersynth GEM 4 N series are synthetic, high-performance gear and multi-purpose oils that provide outstanding protection against wear with resistance to micropitting, foaming, and residue formation. They are used for the lubrication of plain and rolling bearings, toothed couplings, chains, guideways, joints, spindles and pumps. The oil is based on high-grade raw materials and advanced additives, enabling maximum performance in the lubrication of gear components.

Compared to standard formulations, Klübersynth GEM 4 N series provide good thermal stability, high load-carrying capacity, and low friction values that improve the reliability of major components. The excellent viscosity-temperature behavior supports the formation of a sufficient lubricant film, even when equipment is exposed to elevated temperatures or pronounced temperature fluctuations.

Klüber Lubrication, www.klubersolutions.com