ExxonMobil Fuels & Lubricants has been at the forefront of development in the wind energy sector for more than 30 years, championing thought leadership and best practices from the advent of wind power to the sector’s current burgeoning growth. We understand the challenges equipment builder engineers and wind farm operators face. Our advanced lubrication products and services can help cost-effectively maximize wind turbine productivity by improving equipment performance and reducing the need for maintenance.
The company has established a reputation within the global wind energy sector for accomplishments in research and development (R&D), close collaboration with industry decision makers and excellence of service. Our innovative wind lubricant technology and application expertise have supported this growing industry from its nascent stages by helping to reduce maintenance requirements and operational costs. Mobil-branded fully-synthetic lubricants are specifically formulated to overcome difficult operating conditions associated with offshore and onshore wind farms.
Consider, for example, the Mobil SHC 600 Series Next-generation circulating and gear oils. From heavy loads to extreme temperature variations, industrial gearboxes operate under challenging conditions. Advanced technology Mobil SHC 600 Series synthetic lubricants deliver premium performance even under these conditions to meet the demands of your machinery.
In a gearbox and circulating oil system, the low traction and high viscosity index in Mobil SHC 600 Series oils combine to significantly reduce power consumption—and energy costs—compared with mineral oils. That reduced consumption can translate to an overall reduction of CO, helping you meet emissions regulations.
Already recommended for use in 1,800 applications by more than 500 major equipment builders, Mobil SHC 600 Series lubricants continue to be recognized by OEMs for delivering improvements in key areas while maintaining excellent performance.
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