SPECIALISTS IN GREASE MANUFACTURE AND OTHER GEL-FORMING PROCESSES
WE OFFER A ONE-STOP SERVICE THAT SPANS THE EQUIPMENT AND THE PROCESS METHODOLOGY
Considering a new plant?
Tell us about your plans and once we have clarified your needs, we can raise a plant proposal tailored for you.
Do you need to bring your plant up-to-date?
We can modernise and upgrade without necessarily tearing everything out and starting again.
Suffering from rising energy costs or need to improve your environmental performance?
We can provide the means to reduce your energy costs through techniques such as waste heat recovery and introduce cost-effective ways to manage fume emissions.
Does your plant have incomplete records?
We can inspect your plant and working with you, produce a PFD and other technical data that will give you peace of mind in the future.
Do you need to review your Health and Safety?
We can help you look at process protocols to see where operators are exposed to risk and either find ways to change the process or to upgrade the equipment.
Working in the lubricants world since 1989
Our technical know-how is founded upon years in the grease manufacturing industry, working with mono-soap, complex and non-melting grease formulae with a wide variety of processes, for diverse applications. We continuously improve our designs to incorporate the latest technology to maximise process flexibility and ease of use to the operators.
From the blog
Anchor scraper selection – No single correct answer
In common with Industry practice, we fit wall and floor scrapers to the agitation on our Grease Kettles. Scrapers peel the product off the vessel wall and floor to stop
Is there a right and wrong way to de-aerate grease?
There is no right or wrong way to de-aerate grease. In the perfect manufacturing process, there would be no air in the grease needing removal. In reality, the agitation and
Load Cell Mounting Process Vessels
You may be tempted to assume that load cell mounting process vessels always makes raw material additions more reliable. However, you need to consider the following: Mass of the process
Could a Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger Speed Up Grease Manufacture?
Large grease batches usually take longer to make than small grease batches. This is because the vessel’s jacket area does not increase in proportion to the mass of the contents.