Many mills in the US are more than 30 years old, with some girth gearing approaching that age, and while they have years or decades of productive life ahead of them, operators often maintain them with outdated products or practices.
Modern production demands often require that today's mills run above their original design parameters, and the lubricants that were once appropriate for these conditions are no longer the best options for insuring continued production efficiency and component protection.
Understanding the latest advances in lubrication technology can save hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs, avoid thousands of dollars an hour in downtime and reduce the frequency with which pinion gears must be replaced.
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