All articles for "Lubricants"

Manufacturing

Steady flow at Erdinger brewery

The 131-year-old Erdinger Weissbräu brewery in Erding, Germany, specializes in top-fermented beer. It exports its world-class products to more than [...]
Lubricants,
Engineering Competence
LubriLean product range.

Enough is enough

Minimum Quantity Lubrication is becoming increasingly popular in machining processes, as it is sustainable and environmentally friendly while [...]
Lubricants,
Engineering Competence
A friction fighter with a dream

A friction fighter with a dream

Growing up with two volcanologist parents on the seismically active eastern edge of Siberia, Sergei Glavatskih seemed destined to be a scientist too. [...]
Lubricants,Research and theory,
Industry
The silence of the trams

The silence of the trains

The suspension railway­ in the city of Wuppertal, Germany, is a world-famous landmark that since 1901 has transported passengers through the air in [...]
Industry,Lubricants,Railways,
Digital Technology
When smaller is better

When smaller
is better

Backed by its 200 years of industrial experience, Finnish company Valmet is rising to the challenges of the digital era.
Bearing units,Condition monitoring,Lubricants,Pulp and paper,
News
Cutting-edge lubrication

Cutting-edge lubrication

The Finnish Metsä Group has selected SKF as supplier of lubrication systems for a groundbreaking bioproduct mill that is being built by Metsä Fibre [...]
Lubricants,Pulp and paper,
Industry
A well-structured approach

A well-structured approach

Bearing failures were a growing problem for one U.S. Steel works. A disciplined approach helped determine the root cause, and what at first seemed to [...]
Lubricants,Metal industry,Seals,