Protect Your Machinery in Cold Weather

When you depend on valuable job site equipment, there are measures you can take to keep it in good condition for years to come. During cold weather seasons, using industrial lubricants is an easy and low-cost way to protect your equipment. There are many types of industrial lubricants to select from, depending on what type of machinery you have, and the protection needed. It’s important to protect your costly machinery during the winter, so it can run smoothly all year long.

Anti-seize agents are lubricating compounds made from finely-powdered metals that can protect machinery from rust fusion, seizure and corrosion. They also reduce friction between two metal surfaces. Sprayon anti-seize and lubricating compound provides protection in temperatures from 0 degrees to 2200 degrees Fahrenheit.

Long-term outdoor protectant and lubricant will protect your outdoor machinery from corrosion in humid and salt spray conditions. In addition to metals, this type of waxy lubricant can be applied to rubbers, plastics and most painted surfaces. Outdoor protectants are ideal for machinery kept in high precipitation areas.

Long-term indoor protectant and lubricant protects equipment from water displacement, rust and corrosion. This type of indoor lubricant can be used on many different surfaces.

Food grade machinery oil penetrates and loosens corrosive residue, dirt and rust to be easily removed. This non-silicone formula is non-flammable and safe to use on machinery near food.

These are some of the standard industrial lubricants, but there are many other protectants and compounds to choose from. See what type of protective agents work best for your equipment and take actions now to prevent damage later.