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Machinery Lubrication March April 2017

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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Page 35 of 88 | March - April 2017 | 31 FOOD-GRADE LUBRICANT Klüber's new Klüberfood NH1 CH 6-120 Supreme food-grade lubricant is intended to provide protection for oven chains at extreme temperatures while supporting food safety. The lubricant is formulated to offer high-temperature perfor - mance, good wetting properties and excellent penetration with high dispersion stability, as well as NSF H1 registration and ISO 21469 certification. It is ideal for ovens used to pro- duce baked goods where the conveyor chain is exposed to temperatures up to 1,200 degrees F (650 degrees C). Klüber 800-447-2238 SPECTROMETER The new SpectroBlue from Spectro Analytical Instruments is an inductively cou- pled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) for laborator y analysis in industrial and environmental applications. The analyzer utilizes gas purification technology as well as an OPI-AIR interface to avoid costly external water cooling. The laterally diffused metal-oxide semiconductor generator can deliver up to 1,700 watts of power and has no parts subject to wear. Samples can be analyzed in smaller dilutions for lower limits of detection. Other benefits include a faster warmup time for greater productivity. Spectro Analytical Instruments 800-548-5809 ENGINE OIL TRP's new engine oil has been formulated to protect modern four-stroke diesel and gasoline engines while also keeping older engine models running smoothly. Made to combat the sludge, varnish and ash deposits that can occur at high operating temperatures, the engine oil is designed to guard against oxidation, corrosion and rust. It also provides diesel particulate fil - ter (DPF) protection, resulting in longer DPF life, less downtime and lower maintenance expenses. The oil is available in SAE 15W-40 and SAE 10W-30 viscosity grades. TRP 636-696-0000 WEAR DEBRIS ANALYSIS SYSTEM The new V4L-4-Site image analysis system from V4L is designed to allow fluid and particulate condition monitoring of in-ser vice lubricants in harsh industrial environments. The unit incorporates rugged hardware and user-friendly software developed specifically for onsite use. The unique filter patch analysis technology enables testing of petroleum-based and synthetic fluids, including water-glycol mixtures. The system's Macro-2-Micro technology provides a range of on-screen magnifications as well as high-quality images of both macroscopic and micro - scopic particles. V4L +44-1753-27-2090

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