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Why is lubrication such an essential component of wind turbine performance? What are the key challenges facing wind turbine operators and maintenance personnel? Why does using synthetic lubricants vs. conventional oils make such a difference in wind turbine applications? Find out why in this article published in Wind Energy Network magazine.
Japan's wind power industry will see a boom in installations similar to an increase in solar capacity in the nation since last year, a lawyer advising domestic and foreign investors said.
A possible lack of awareness among wind farm developers about the impact of lubricants on the efficiency of wind turbines could lead to inadequate planning for project costs, according to Robert Pears, Renewable Energy Lubricants Business Development Manager at ExxonMobil.
The threat of counterfeit refrigerants is on the rise, with fake products now finding their way out of the Far East and into Europe, according to the BRA.
The food processing industry faces a long list of exclusive challenges to lubricant formulation engineers, lubricant marketers, plant lubrication engineers and equipment designers.
WP industrial has a proud history of helping successful companies save significant amounts of money and realise the benefits of improved productivity, enhanced equipment performance, and reduced power consumption through effective lubrication. Not only do we provide standard-setting lubricants for machinery, we also offer unsurpassed industry expertise, programs and tools to support you.
The Pulp and Paper world is a highly competitive, fast moving and ever changing industry, with more and more Mobil products being researched and developed specifically for the demanding machines, the future is only getting better for businesses that specialise in Pulp and Paper.
Wind turbines on land and offshore could readily and easily provide more than four times the power that the world as a whole currently uses. The world could physically extract roughly 100 times more power than presently employed¯and the climatic consequences remain minimal. So why haven’t the government of the world sought to make the change?
The extreme competitive nature of the pulp and paper industry requires constant improvements in mill productivity, which means high requirements for equipment and lubricant reliability.