Full range of customized lubrication

SKF has improved its capabilities to provide customized lubrication solutions around the globe. With the acquisition of the Lincoln brand in 2010, SKF now offers a complete portfolio of products ranging from manual grease guns to advanced automatic lubrication systems, available through its Lubrication Business Unit.

“Since the acquisition of Lincoln, we have been working diligently to organize our product portfolio and to unite our distributor channels into one network that represents both brands,” said ­Robert Law, president of the SKF Lubrication Business Unit. “This effort symbolizes how the two groups have joined forces to provide innovative solutions and technical expertise to our customers worldwide.”

Drawing on more than 200 years of combined SKF and Lincoln friction management experience, SKF provides lubrication system design, installation and service, as well as lubricant analysis, testing and training. Products and services are available to OEMs and end users through a global network of distributor partners, supported by one unified sales organization.

With both oil- and grease-based systems, SKF provides lubrication solutions and components for industries including machine tool, mining and metals, pulp and paper, food and beverage, oil and gas, agriculture, off highway and renewable energy. These solutions include single-line, dual-line, progressive and multi-line, circulating oil and air+oil ­lubrication systems, as well as automatic lubricators and micro-dosage lubrication systems. The comprehensive line also includes premium lubrication tools and equipment and used fluid systems.

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