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Powerful speciality lubricants for highly reliable rail traffi c


Edward Janes, marketing manager at Klüber Lubrication, discusses the comprehensive portfolio of new, and tried-and-tested, products it is presenting at InnoTrans 2012 in Berlin.


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lüber Lubrication is presenting its comprehensive range of high- performance speciality lubricants for the railway industry under the motto ‘Speciality lubricants from Klüber Lubrication – making a point of being on time!’ at InnoTrans 2012 in Berlin, Hall 21b, Stand 129b.


New lubricant for wheel fl anges: high wear protection for noise reduction


The new wheel fl ange lubricant Klüberrail LEA 62-2000 ensures good wear protection for wheels and rails and reduces stick slip effects on curves to reduce noise.


Readily biodegradable according to OECD 301 F, the fl uid grease is suitable for use in automatic spray systems and provides excellent adhesion, making sure it stays on the wheel, even at high speeds.


New environmentally sound lubricant for railway switches


Klüberrail AL 32-3000 is a readily biodegradable speciality lubricant for switches ensuring low adjustment forces at temperatures down to -30°C. It can be applied by both portable spraying devices and brush and is UV resistant.


Its excellent water resistance combined with


good corrosion protection signifi cantly extends maintenance intervals, lubricant application.


reducing costs of


Lubricating traction motor bearings with reserve capacity


For traction motors lubrication, based on long- standing experience and expertise, ISOFLEX TOPAS L 152 has proven effective in many applications due to its excellent thermal resistance up to a permanent temperature of 100 °C.


ISOFLEX TOPAS L 152 grease maintains its lubricity in traction motor bearings for many years of use and stays smooth, making sure old grease is replaced by the new one during re- lubrication. Its fully synthetic base oil ensures smooth, even at temperatures down to -50 °C.


Fully synthetic high-performance gear oil


Klübersynth GE 4 75 W 90 for railway applications is a fully synthetic high- performance gear oil with high scuffi ng load capacity and micro-pitting resistance. The base oil is stable under shear stress for a constant lubricating fi lm to protect gear teeth and bearings.


Besides good corrosion and wear protection, the oil offers excellent low-temperature


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ased on its rich experience and economic potential as well as modern technologies,


EMIT provides its customers with reliable, safe, environmentally-friendly and durable products.


Thanks to highly skilled and experienced engineering personnel, EMIT is able to provide products that meet the requirements of a wide range of applications, as the company serves a variety of industries, including power generation, the chemical industry, steel industry, cement industry, pulp and paper, mining and traction.


Market-oriented internal organisation enables high fl exibility in adjusting to customers’ expectations and requirements. EMIT S.A.’s


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characteristics as well as ageing and oxidation resistance, signifi cantly reducing the number of oil changes. Klübersynth GE 4 75 W 90 is approved by several gear manufacturers like IG Watteeuw, Voith Turbo, and Siemens-Flender giving the operators signifi cant peace of mind with valuable equipment.


About Klüber Lubrication


Klüber Lubrication is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of speciality lubricants, offering high-end tribological solutions to virtually all industries and markets worldwide. Most products are developed and made to specifi c customer requirements. During its more than 80 years of existence, Klüber Lubrication has provided high-quality lubricants, thorough consultation and extensive services, which has earned it an excellent reputation in the market.


The company holds all common industrial certifi cations and operates a test bay hardly rivalled in the lubricants industry.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


T: +44 1422 205 115 E: edward.janes@uk.klueber.com W: www.klueber.com


modernisation of motors


EMIT S.A., a member of Cantoni Group, established in 1921, is the leading supplier of electric rotating machines to Polish and foreign markets, says export and marketing director Adam Bron.


basic production program consists of over 2,500 types of electric machines: • General purpose squirrel cage industrial motors in low and high voltage with power output up to 5MW; • Slip ring motors in low and high voltage motors with power output up to 2.5MW; • Explosion-proof motors in low and high voltage;


• Motors for mining industry; • Traction motors and generators for variety of new and modernised traction vehicles.


The company also offers delivery of non-typical goods that are not included in its catalogues, such as motors for submersible pumps. EMIT specialises in the modernisation / upgrade of old DC traction motors to asynchronous


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motors. To minimise the cost of train modernisation and to avoid bogie changes, the company utilises the DC motors’ housing, adopting it to AC winding.


Three such projects have been successfully realised – the modernisation of electric motors for Polish EMU EN57, Romanian diesel- electric locomotive 060DA (modernisation of motors together with delivery of new traction generators with power output of 2000kVA) and Polish electric locomotive EU07.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


T: +48242851014 E: emit.export@cantonigroup.com W: www.emit-motor.eu


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