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It has long been known that when it comes to reliable multi-purpose greases, many users rely on lithium-based products.
Siebert Konzentrat 500: Gives a lot, requires little, 14.07.2018
In modern manufacturing processes, the highest demands are placed on flexibility and performance, which can be exceptionally demanding for your customers.
Your customers want products that are not only high-performance, but also easy to use. One of the decisive factors is hazard labelling: The fewer danger symbols marked on a product, the safer and easier it is for the user to handle.
Your customer‘s modern production processesplace the highest demands on processstability, integrated health and safety, cost-effectiveness and viability for the future — and 2018 is no different. Finding a product that meets all the requirements under these conditions can be very challenging.
Working with composite materials is a real challenge and can be quite expensive. To date, these CFRP have generally been machined when dry. In this article we show how this process can be made more efficient and open up a whole new range of possibilities for your customers.
To achieve the best results in your production process, the processing machine and coolant used must not only be perfectly suited to one another, using the correct volume of coolant is another important factor. In this latest newsletter from Siebert, we will shed light on why this parameter is important, as well as why it pays to think about the coolant quantity at an early stage and how you can go about determining the correct volume.
To ensure that a water-miscible coolant performs as effectively as possible, a number of parameters must be correct. One of the deciding factors is the bacterial load. Biocides are indispensable when it comes to ensuring that bacteria, yeasts and fungi present in the coolant do not gain the upper hand. In this article, we will discuss which biocides are available and what effect they have, as well as which high-performance Siebert coolants you can offer your customers as a sustainable alternative to these biocides.
In the machining and shaping industry, the skin is exposed to high temperatures, mechanical irritants and dust. Even coolants that are used can sometimes damage the skin. Using a skin-friendly coolant and handling it correctly can greatly contribute to reliable skin protection and health and safety. In this newsletter, Siebert will tell you all you need to know about skin protection.
You already know that, with its wide range of different coolants and high-performance greases, Siebert has the products your customers want and ask for — developed precisely for specific requirements.
Knowledge is the key to success! This is the motto of the Siebert Academy. We would like to invite you to our specially tailored training events on the subjects of lubricating greases, oils and coolants.
Regular coolant monitoring is not just required by law in some countries — it also has a positive impact on preservation of the coolant emulsion.
We will reveal how your customers can clean their coolant systems effectively and ensure better process security and a longer service life as a result.
The Risk Assessment Committee (RAC) has classified formaldehyde as a category 1B carcinogen and as a category 2 mutagen. For you, this means…
The Globally Harmonised System Regulation comes into effect on 1 June. The Globally Harmonised System (GHS) of the United Nations (UN) is a standard international system for the classification and labelling of chemicals, providing guidelines for packaging and safety data sheets.
Mixing water: there are specific minimum requirements that must be observed for mixing water components...