In the textile industry, the lubrication requirements vary from machine to machine and from production step to production step. The loads, speeds and vibrations to which bearings, chains and gear wheels are exposed can be very high. In many cases, machine manufacturers specify different lubricants to be used for the individual friction points. This results in a huge logistical effort for the production sites around the world and entails the risk of errors in case lubricants are mixed up.
Right lubricants offer many advantages over standard products based on mineral oil. The benefits for you include: longer service intervals, reduced downtime, higher production reliability. Moreover, the risk of contact between the yarn or fabric and the lubricants drops.
The lubricants for textile industry serves various purposes such as Throwing and Yarn Processing, Circular and Flatbed Knitting, Weaving and Warping, Non-Woven & Staple Fiber Processes, Dying, Finishing and Washing.
Products for all purposes:
Throwing and Yarn Processing : The oils protect yarns during throwing processes by reducing friction coefficient and lowering static electricity's impact on yarn. Oil of high performances protects workman from slippery surfaces and skin and breathing discomfort.
Circular and Flatbed Knitting : These oils allow knitting circular and flatbed machinery to function at high speeds while maintaining regular running temperatures. They also protect machine from wear and corrosion.
Weaving and Warping : The lubricating products for weft preparation guarantee uniform oil pick up on the yarn, preventing strains and yarn breakage during high speed process.
Non-Woven & Staple Fiber Processes : These oils allow to reduce friction during nonwoven processes, increasing the performance and regularity of the card web. It helps to reduce the rate of dust, optimizing needle's shelf life and reducing energy consumption of production lines.
Dying, Finishing and Washing : For washing operations on finishing processes, the detergent qualities help the de-oiling of woven and knitted fabrics. These efficiently removes from textile the oil residues and stains left by the use of process oils and lubricants all through the production chain.