Mobil SHC™ 630 synthetic bearing oil helps Peruvian mine triple oil drain intervals*
Estimated annual savings ofUS $370K
Metso 32x34 gold SAG mill
A Peruvian mining company operates a Metso 32x34 gold SAG mill. Lubricated with a conventional mineral oil, the OEM recommended setting oil drain intervals at one year. In an effort to increase mill productivity and reduce total cost of operation, the company approached ExxonMobil to identify a lubricant solution capable of safely extending oil drain intervals to more than one year.
ExxonMobil engineers recommended the company switch to Mobil SHC™ 630 synthetic bearing oil. Formulated with high viscosity base fluids and a proprietary additive system, Mobil SHC 630 bearing oil is designed to provide outstanding performance in extreme service applications as well as efficiency improvements over conventional mineral oils.
After transitioning to Mobil SHC 630 synthetic bearing oil, the mining company extended oil drain intervals from one year to three years on the SAG mill without experiencing any lubricant-related technical issues. These benefits helped reduce oil consumption, decrease labor costs, increase plant availability, conserve energy resources and generate cost savings of US $1,112,000 over three years.
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*This success story is based on the experience of a single customer. Actual results can vary depending upon the type of equipment used and its maintenance, operating conditions and environment, and any prior lubricant used.
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