Fluitec, Siemens Enter Agreement to Improve Lubrication Performance

Noria news wires

Siemens AG and Fluitec have entered into an agreement to maximize the performance of lubricants used in rotating equipment.

After identifying a growing lubrication problem in rotating equipment caused by fluid degradation, which created deposits known as varnish or lacquer that coat the internals of machine components and impair dependable operation, Siemens selected Fluitec’s Electrophysical Separation Process (ESP) as its preferred technology to solve lubricant deposit issues, extending the life of both the oil and equipment components.

Siemens and Fluitec are actively providing ESP technology to Siemens’ own operating plants and global customer base.

 “The reliable operation of our turbines and compressors is of critical importance to Siemens,” said Gerard Sterz of Siemens AG Energy Sector in Duisburg, Germany. “Providing our customers with Fluitec’s ESP technology allows them to extend the life of their lubricant assets while improving plant efficiencies and uptime.”

For more information, visit www.fluitec.com.

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