iNTERSPARE Lubricants presents simple ways to increase productivity

iNTERSPARE Lubricants from Germany, a  manufacturer of textile finishing and knitting lubricants shows in this editorial how the productivity of textile machinery can be significantly increased by using its lubricants and expertise in the textile finishing sector.

iNTERSPARE Lubricants help minimize the strain on components and parts in order to keep downtime and outages to an absolute minimum. This applies not just to iNTERSPARE textile machines from the Artos product line, Babcock and Krantz textile machines, but also to a multitude of other machines, such as stenter frames and circular knitting machines made by other manufacturers.

Product manager Vincent Feindt, iNTERSPARE’s specialist for lubricants, said,“The lubricants are still undervalued by many companies. It is such an effective means to improve productivity. For example, it makes a huge difference whether one uses standard oil or our high-temperature chain oil, which is specially developed for lubricating chains in stenter frames. The cost-benefit ratio is enormous.”

Vincent Feindt, Product Manager at iNTERSPARE Lubricants.

Managing Director of iNTERSPARE, Dirk Polchow: “We have delivered several hundred thousand replacement parts all over the world during the last two decades, and we were almost always able to ascertain why a part had broken. Often this was a result of insufficient or incorrect lubrication, as well as being due to the use of substandard lubricant products. Our iNTERSPARE Lubricants are decisive in helping to improve and extend the operational performance of a part.”

The iNTERSPARE Lubricants provides a portfolio of oils, lubricants and sprays which were purposefully optimised for the lubrication of very specific components and possess the corresponding certification. Numerous application tests and practical experience testify to the excellent operational capabilities of the lubricant products created by iNTERSPARE Lubricants.


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