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Shell Lubricants believes that there is potential for lubrication to deliver significant business value by contributing to improved productivity and reduced costs.
Whether it’s a turbine, transformer or stationary engine, every piece of power generation machinery made by different original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) has its own specific oil requirements.
Choosing the correct lubricant or grease often depends on a combination of the equipment’s design characteristics, operational parameters and environment.
With the industry going through a period of rapid change, UK manufacturers are under increasing pressure to increase output capacity while minimising unplanned equipment shutdowns.
This paper will highlight one of three areas that UK manufacturers should address with respect to lubricants: the prioritisation of lubrication in manufacturing.
This paper will highlight the second of three areas that UK manufacturers should address with respect to lubricants: leveraging new lubricant technologies to boost productivity.
This paper outlines the potential business benefits of effective lubrication, with case studies of those who have successfully worked with Shell Lubricants to extract cost savings and improve equipment reliability.