MIDEL natural ester-based transformer fluid (MIDEL eN) is a fire-safe, natural, ester-based dielectric fluid that has been specifically developed to offer a cost-effective alternative to traditional fluid and dry-type transformers. The product is now manufactured, sold, and distributed in the United States. “We are delighted to bring MIDEL eN to the United States,” said Alonso Castillo,
The EnviroLogic 800 series are VGP compliant, biodegradable Lithium Complex greases designed to operate in severe outdoor environments and withstand corrosion, such as in wind turbines onshore and off.
The Oil Sentinel is an oil monitor that installs directly onto gearboxes or industrial processing equipment to continuously monitor the quality of oil and hydraulic fluids.
Getting the most out of your equipment requires the use of high quality synthetic lubricants, and when it comes to lubricant selection, there is a wealth of information available regarding factors that should be considered.
CITGO CITGEAR WT320, a Siemens and Flender-approved wind turbine gear lubricant, offers excellent gear & bearing protection through cutting-edge technology.
ExxonMobil is launching Mobil Serv Lubricant Analysis, a new mobile-enabled used oil analysis service, in the United States and Canada. The new service streamlines the entire used oil analysis process, from initial sample gathering to final reporting, as the mobile-enabled platform eliminates the need for paperwork.
Sage Oil Vac has a new 16-page brochure showing off capabilities of lube skids, lube trailers, lube trucks, lube carts and their LubeBuilder product offering.
SKF has announced a new battery-driven grease gun, the TLGB 20. Developed to maximize efficiency, this tool includes a grease meter to help prevent over and under-lubrication. Suitable for a variety of manual lubrication tasks, the SKF Battery-Driven Grease Gun is optimized for use in lubricating bearings and machines in industrial and manufacturing environments, as
Cristian Soto / Fluitec, Frank Magnotti / Fluitec, Greg Livingstone / Fluitec Not long ago, wind turbine maintenance was not considered an up-tower activity. Nacelles and their internal components were not designed for easy access or repair. They required excessive maintenance costs such as crane rentals. Fortunately, new nacelles are designed to be more up-tower friendly
Eric Lethe | Vice President | Inland Technology Inc. The need for environmentally compliant processes and materials in the renewable energy industry has grown substantially as the market for clean power has matured. Even though wind turbines don’t use combustion to generate electricity, and therefore don’t produce air emissions, there are still risks of toxic