Products and services even for "hopeless" cases
|We are specialized in the following:|
Tribological problems render technical products uncertain
|Loss of function due to excessive friction||
Special lubricants where minimum
volumes need to have a maximum effect
|Product life problems due to wear|
|Customer dissatisfaction due to noise|
From the search for causes to reliable solutions
|System analyses of customer components. Examination of the bearing design.||
Ball/plate test device(oscillating)
Friction and wear test
|What is the cause of the problem? Friction, wear, lubricant, design or material?|
|What is the optimum solution, and how can it be realized in production?|
|Free Europe-wide service to determine status.|
|Friction and wear investigations in our own test laboratory.|
|Lubricant laboratory for fast adaptation.|
Our knowledge in the field of plastic tribology is unique in the entire world, and is based
on more than 5,000 independent analyses of friction and wear.
Outstanding characteristics and properties of our special lubricants, definitions and a short description
The following text was written in an easy manner on purpose, to facilitate the search for our products
Watch and clock oils are special lubricants for very fine mechanisms. All of these mechanisms are using
Bearings and sliding zones are lubricated by watch and clock oils. The materials used here can vary.
In these tribologic systems watch and clock oils have to reduce friction and wear. Surface-pressures in
The watch or clock oil must not act corrosively with the materials used. It must not resinify (become gum-like).
Precision oils for instruments in car dashboards require a range of temperature of -40°C to +150°C. Some of the
Watch and clock greases/ instrument greases.
Instrument greases very often are soft greases with a content of thickener below 4%. These greases are of a
In our watch and clock greases, we often add PTFE. PTFE reduces the static friction and provides emergency