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Klüber Lubrication to showcase Klüberplus C2 Dry series at Drinktec ’17
Thursday, 10 August, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Klüber Lubrications will showcase Klüberplus C2 Dry series, a solution for the controlled lubrication and uniform wetting of conveyor belts across their entire width (which is crucial for ensuring process reliability in beverage filling plants), at Drinktec 2017, the world’s leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry, which is slated to take place at Messe München, Munich, between September 11 and 15.

It combines the advantages of conventional wet and dry lubricants, minimising the generation of deposits. All these products are made to match the requirements for the transportation of carton packages, PET bottles and metal cans, as they are registered as NSF H1 and are free of perfluorinated (PTFE) substances.

“The development of modern specialty lubricants is so far advanced that they have to be considered operating components having a decisive effect on process reliability, and thus on the operating and maintenance costs,” explained Jürgen Murhammer, global original equipment manufacturing (OEM) manager, food industry, Klüber Lubrication.

The Klüberplus C2 series enables excellent lubrication of all critical friction points on a conveyor belt and contributes substantially to reduce friction between the conveyor belt and the bottle or can. Moreover, these lubricants meet all the requirements in terms of environmental protection and workplace safety, supporting plants in their regular audits to evidence highest hygienic standards.

Apart from new developments, Klüber Lubrication will be presenting its wide portfolio of speciality lubricants and services at the Drinktec 2017. KlüberEfficiencySupport helps users in the beverage industry save energy and avoid downtime.

New in the portfolio is the EfficiencyManager, a software for a transparent process planning to get ready for Industry 4.0.

The experts of Klüber Lubrication will answer all questions relating to food safety, especially MOSH/MOAH issues.
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