All articles for "Lubricants"


Slick research

At Imperial College London, Professor Hugh Spikes studies the effects of friction.
Chemicals, fuel and petroleum products,Food and Beverage,Lubricants,Machinery and equipment,Research and theory,Talent,
Engineering Competence

Hot applications run longer with graphite

Many bearings operate in very high temperature environments – but few lubricants can withstand the heat. SKF has developed bearing solutions that [...]
Design,Integrated maintenance solutions,Lubricants,Maintenance,Metal industry,Reliability,
Engineering Competence

Advanced reading

Wiley is publishing a new book by SKF Engineering & Research Centre’s Piet Lugt. Grease Lubrication in Rolling Bearings takes an exhaustive look [...]
Bearings,Lubricants,Lubrication Solutions,Research and development,
Digital Technology

A new level for maintenance

In the cement industry, machine maintenance accounts for some 21 percent of manufacturing costs. CEMEX Croatia, in cooperation with SKF, is aiming to [...]
Lubricants,Maintenance,Monitoring and diagnostics,
Engineering Competence

125 years of automotive history – SKF’s contributions to engine lubrication

Automotive lubrication has developed alongside the automotive industry. SKF Lubrication Systems Germany AG looks back on more than 80 years of [...]
Engineering Competence

Centralized lubrication system for wind turbines offers improved efficiency

A successful cooperation of companies within the SKF Group has led to the development of an improved pump unit for centralized lubrication systems [...]
Electricity, gas and water supply,Lubricants,
Engineering Competence

Compact hydraulic unit for high-tech fine paper machine

Specialists within SKF Lubrication Systems AG have developed a unique lubrication system to meet the needs of Voith’s latest and largest paper [...]