One of the most important factors for ensuring machine productivity, reducing downtime and lengthening the life of components is having the correct lubricant. The best way to achieve optimal performance is to follow the specifications spelled out in your owner’s manual. We’ve put together a list of lubricant tips and best practices to complement the guidelines provided by the manufacturer.
Hydraulic oil or fluid is needed to transfer power from the engine to the components. However, it also plays another important role of protecting the hydraulic components by lubricating the parts it comes into contact with.
Transmission oil is necessary to improve clutch performance, prevent wear on gears and bearings, and ensure components stay cool during operation.
Selecting the correct grease for your equipment is critical to ensuring optimal engine and component performance. Grease minimizes friction and wear created by everyday operation.