Total Lubricants for Cement Industry
HIGH-PERFORMANCE LUBRICATION FOR CEMENT AND MATERIALS MACHINERY
With decades of experience working with cement manufacturers, Total Industrial Lubricants has developed a comprehensive range of lubricants for cement production covering every stage of the process. The cement lubricants we supply are highly durable and capable of facing the severe operating conditions, extreme temperatures, heavy loads and high pressures experienced by cement-making machinery.
Each product delivers on quality too, protecting equipment, extending its working life and minimising the risk of production stoppages, and thanks to our drive to innovate, we offer lubricants that reduce the environmental impact, fuel and lubricant consumption of machinery.
CEMENT LUBRICANTS FOR EVERY STEP OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
TotalEnergies’ Cement machinery lubricant range covers all industrial processes that comprise cement production, including lubricants for hydraulics, engines, gearboxes, bearings and much more. From earthmoving and crushing, to heating and cooling, all the way to milling and pressing, every lubricant in the range has been designed to improve machinery performance and lengthen drain intervals, protecting components from temperature and pressure extremes.
HIGH-PERFORMANCE CEMENT GREASES
TotalEnergies’ cement greases cover bearings, blowers, electric motors and open gears, lengthening mechanical lifetimes and reducing maintenance costs by reducing vibrations, resisting heat and pressure, and protecting against shear, shock, oxidisation and corrosion. With synthetic and mineral formulations and featuring specially optimised additives, there’s a cement production grease for every purpose.
OPEN GEAR LUBRICATION
Cement manufacturing processes involve a huge range of gearboxes operating under varying stresses. To ensure cement producers can keep their open and closed-gearboxes working perfectly, even under tremendous loads, shocks and vibrations, TotalEnergies has developed gearbox oils for all uses and environments.