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FLEXIBLE, OPERATIONAL, RELIABLE, CUSTOMISED AND EXPERIENCED There are few other industries where demands on the gears and bearings are as high as in the wind energy sector. As the locations of wind turbines become more extreme: cold, heat, and water (salt) standard lubricants quickly come up against their limits.


Speciality lubricants from Klüber Lubrication help to maximise the output of equipment and critical assets in the wind energy sector whether on land or out at sea where components have to withstand harsh conditions and need to work effectively to reduce downtime and save costs.


HIGH-PERFORMANCE SPECIALITY LUBRICANTS FOR GEARS OPERATING UNDER HIGH LOADS As wind generators get ever larger, the power density in wind turbine gears increases causing higher stress on the gears. Experience has shown that the conventional gear oils available on the market today often fail to meet taxing requirements in terms of wear protection for rolling bearings, micro-pitting resistance, foam and residue formation and viscosity stability, which is why it is crucial to choose the right lubricants to ensure reliability and reduce maintenance intervention.


COST EFFECTIVE LUBRICATION – A SMALL INVESTMENT THAT CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE Acknowledged as the global market leader, Klüber Lubrication is a trusted partner of equipment OEM’s in the wind energy sector worldwide. With a portfolio of over 2,500 speciality lubricants designed to perform in the harshest operating conditions, Klüber Lubrication has for over 85 years continually provided greater product durability and are increasingly called upon to solve the most challenging lubrication problems of modern-day equipment when traditional solutions fail.


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