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Bel-Ray Greases the Way for Smooth Plant Operations - When a coal-fired power plant came to us with their predicament of costly repairs and shortened lifespan for machinery, Bel-Ray responded with the solution. After conducting a full-scale lubrication inspection, our team recommended the compatible greases ideal for both.. Read More
Bel-Ray Molylube SF 100 Semi-Synthetic Open Gear Lubricant - Top selling Bel-Ray Mining Product for 2012 - Mining open gear applications are extreme in the aspect of load, environment and contamination. Bel-Ray Molylube SF 100 Semi-Synthetic Open Gear Lubricant is used in mines around the world providing excellent.. Read More
Decrease Operating Expense & Increase Equipment Life with Bel-Ray Performance Lubricants - Loading equipment (shovels, draglines, etc.) is one of the highest cost-per-hour types of equipment to maintain at an open pit mine site. It is estimated that a new P&H 4100 series rope shovel will cost between $325 and $400 per hour of operation.. Read More
Grease that Meets OEM Specs vs. Grease that Suits Your Equipment’s Needs - One of the most common grease specifications for off-road equipment is 3% or 5% Moly. Caterpillar lubrication specifications 5130 (7TJ & 5ZL), 5230 (7LL) and 994 (9YF) all call for 3% or 5% Moly grease. Many off-road equipment manufacturers have followed suit... Read More
Bel-Ray Biodegradable Lubricants - Bel-Ray has been a leader in the lubricant industry for over 60 years and remains in the forefront, relentlessly reinventing and reformulating its products by harnessing the best materials and technology. Bel-Ray is dedicated to the development of products.. Read More
Bel-Ray Mining Lubricants - Bel-Ray has a reputation for not only being best in class, but also first to market with innovative product technology. The evolution of the next generation of mining equipment mandates next generation lubrication technology. Bel-Ray’s top tier, open gear lubricants are stronger and more fortified than ever... Read More