Protecting industrial engines and equipment

Published:  03 August, 2016

4PumpGroup1-500.pngIn today’s economy, the skyrocketing costs of industrial equipment purchase, maintenance and repair makes the case for maximising the life of capital machinery investment. Protecting an engine from the “start” can be key, because serious damage can occur prior to cranking of an engine at “dry start” and at start up; industrial PRELUBE and STARTING systems can be the first and most important aspects to effective preventative maintenance helping to ensure the life of an investment.

Most large engines can benefit from engine oil PRELUBE. Adding a prelube system to an industrial engine can prevent engine failure and critical wear by moving oil from the sump up into the bearing lubrication channels before the engine turns at startup; ensuring the bearings never see movement without critical oil protection.

Before the critical parts of an engine begin to move, a prelube pump puts the oil where it is needed reducing this high-wear period.

At start up, a quality STRATER can increase engine performance and provide the all-important peace of mind relying on the engine turning over the first crank.

ESE bv, a Quality First industrial distributor, who has been in the European market since 1975 says it offers an extensive background in fluid and gas products.

ESE bv 

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