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6/30/2005

Castrol Industrial North America

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  When your product has gone through the process of being finished, the last thing you want is debris falling from your conveyor onto these parts.

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When your product has gone through the process of being finished, the last thing you want is debris falling from your conveyor onto these parts.  Castrol will be featuring their LubeCon lubrication equipment, brush systems and lubricants for use on conveyors and other moving point applications for the finishing industry.  These systems feature modular construction for ease of installation and service.  With the company's service capabilities, it reinforces its place in providing preventive and predictive maintenance tools to industries.  By using these tools, conveyors run smoother with less downtime and product contamination.

 

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