IKV offer a range of clean, non-staining lubricant for modern textile machinery used for various operations such as spinning, winding and weaving, knitting.
Based on a synthetic oils and other chemical additives it leaves a thin, non-staining and non-sticky film of lubricant on all types of scissors & cutters of splicers / knotters which protects exposed surface from rust & corrosion and reduces the wear & tear of moving parts.
Contact IKV for clean lubricants for:-
Synthetic Fibre Spinning Machines
Spin & Pirn Winding Machines
Thread guides & slides & zig-zag winder guide
Splicer and tensioning device
Auto pirn winding machine
Spindle cans bearings
Lid seals of high temperature dyeing autoclaves
Worm gear (overhead travelling cleaners)
Warp Knitting Machines
Needles and sinkers in circular knitting machine
Needles and sinkers in flatbed knitting machine
Needles and sinkers in in sock & hosiery production
Thread guide box slider rails on flatbed knitting machines
Steel wire needles
Rapier ribbons on gripper looms
Roller bearings in washing machines, dyeing and festoon steamers
Corrosion protection inside steamers
Fabric conveyor chains
Electric motor roller bearings in dryers.
IKV-FLUOR MPA 2 H is a non-flammable white grease developed from a perflouroalkyl-polyether-type oil with a micronised PTFE as thickener and an anti-corrosion additive other than sodium nitrite. Totally inert physically and chemically in the event of aggression by most liquid or gaseous products (except for fluorinated solvents) and thermal and ionising radiation. Compatible with all widely used elastomers, seals, gaskets, plastics, and metals.
IKV-FLUOR MPA 2 H is suitable for the lubrication of all bearings, sliding bearings or joints subjected to extreme temperatures or aggressive conditions capable of altering conventional lubricants. Used principally for curing ovens in glass, textile, plastic film, paint, chemical, nuclear, and corrugated card industries. Equally adapted for the lubrication in thin films of sliding electrical contactors as dielectric agents.