Lincoln helps all kinds of industries save money and increase productivity.
Lincoln Industrial has the right solution for your company, whether it’s manual lubrication, simple automated systems, or large-scale centralized installations. With the BearingSaver® program and our extensive product offerings, Lincoln matches the correct lubrication or pumping system to every customer and each application. Savings and increased productivity are the tangible results.
They lubricate the intricate ballet of robotic activity on the welding line, provide lubrication systems that move with complex conveyors, and help automakers apply adhesives and sealants in numerous applications.
Steel, cement, glass, chemical plants, utilities-heavy industry operates in the toughest environments with large-scale lubrication needs. Their systems-which can feed thousands of lubrication points over great distances-offer the most cost-effective answer.
Pulp and Paper
Papermaking machinery operates in a punishing environment of moisture and heat. Lincoln’s automated lubrication systems eliminate bearing failures and reduce high downtime costs caused by too much or too little lubrication on the paper machine, as well as in the wood yard, debarking area, pulp mill, and bleach plant. Their systems also stop “grease breaks,” paper tears caused by over-lubrication. The result is higher productivity and increased safety for maintenance employees.
Food and Beverage
With complex equipment, difficult environmental factors, concerns about contamination, and extensive use of conveyors, the food and beverage industry has a pressing need for the very best lubrication systems. Lincoln Industrial meets the needs of the food and beverage and other industries. Rhein-Main-Sieg, the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Bendorf, Germany, is a prime example. It saves $250,000 a year with a Lincoln Industrial automated conveyor-and-machine lubrication system. The installation incorporates centralized lubricant storage and electronic controls that automatically adjust for changes in plant temperature.