Gearbox oil leaks can be a maintenance nightmare – especially in food or beverage applications. STOBER knows differences matter, which is why we evaluate our lubrication thoroughly.
One of the most vital parts of a gearbox, oil is too often treated as an afterthought. Gearbox oil leaks can be a maintenance nightmare – especially in food or beverage applications. STOBER knows differences matter, which is why we evaluate our lubrication thoroughly when selecting the best gearbox oil.
Our Exxon Mobil lubrication has undergone substantial testing and analysis to ensure we can handle your application requirements. STOBER’s reducers have all gear teeth ground prior to assembly and our oil plugs use neodymium magnets, removing any contaminants and wear particles out of the oil bath and preventing them from reaching bearing races and critical seal lips.
STOBER’s KSS stainless steel, K iron, C iron, and F iron reducers require no oil changes and no maintenance due to efficient gearing, housing design, quality components, and expert assembly. This applies to all units with a Food Duty or Corrosion Resistant package. The reducer housings can dissipate the heat generated during operation faster than the unit can build up thermal pressure. Therefore, a breather is not required to vent thermal pressure to prevent seals from pushing out of the seal bore. Since the units do not have a breather, they are completely sealed and do not require preventive maintenance oil changes.
When making a gearbox purchase decision, oil is a seemingly small detail but can make a huge difference in your gearbox’s life. Check out our Power Tips to watch our video about five questions you should ask about oil when selecting gearboxes.
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