Using the proper oil for your engine means the difference in a smoothly running machine, whether it’s a car, boat, or piece of equipment. Oil is the material that keeps metal parts from grinding together and wearing down, and can also prevent dirt buildup in a piece of machinery.
Choosing lube oil can be a difficult task, as not only do lubricant oils come in various forms and varieties, but different industries and sectors have their own standards and regulations. Because of this, it is crucial that the right choice of lubricant is chosen for the right application.
Monolec is an exclusive, wear reducing additive which creates a lubricating film on metal surfaces, which increases the strength of the oil used. Using Monolec will allow opposing surfaces to glide by one another greatly reducing heat, friction and wear.
Monolec Industrial Lubricants are designed specifically for use in centralized lubrication systems. They contain both wear reducing and extreme pressure additives, are waterproof, and will not form permanent emulsions when moisture is present. They also contain special additives for rust prevention.
Users of Monolec Industrial Lubricants say that it is their secret to keeping their machines moving and also keeps the machines on good condition well after their shelf life. “This oil keeps the gears moving and also reduces oil consumption which saves me money”, says Albert B., one reviewer.
The base oil and additive formula are designed to work together. Clive G. says, “After one oil change I could see no sludge formation or deposits, which is unheard of in my experience.”
Monolec Industrial Oil meets or exceeds the requirements hydraulic systems, gear boxes, roll mill bearings, air compressors and vacuum pumps found in industries such as paper, plastic, rubber and textiles.
For many decades, suppliers of lubricants have been designed and formulating lubricants tailored to industrial application requirements. All lubricant oil should meet the technical requirements for dissipating heat, protection against corrosion and reducing wear and friction. However, it depends on the manufacturing processes and operating conditions specific to your industrial plant which could mean that the right lubricant for the job should produce a whole host of additional properties. As a result of so many variables, it is just as important to choose the right lubricant manufacturer as it is the right lubricant. Do your research before purchasing any lubricants, including talking to your equipment manufacturer for the best recommendations.