Burckhardt and ExxonMobil Signed Global Lubrications Collaboration Agreement

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This collaboration supports new product technology, engineered specifically for the unique performance requirements of reciprocating compressor systems and better meet customers’ needs

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Burckhardt and ExxonMobil Signed Global Lubrications Collaboration Agreement
Burckhardt and ExxonMobil Signed Global Lubrications Collaboration Agreement

Two leading companies in their fields, Burckhardt Compression and ExxonMobil, announced that they came together to collaborate and deliver high performance lubricants and technical services. The two masters in class have signed a global lubricants collaboration agreement to help deliver increased productivity, reduced cost and greater value to customers. 

New product technology supported

This collaboration supports new product technology, engineered specifically for the unique performance requirements of reciprocating compressor systems and better meet customers’ needs. Burckhardt Compression has preferentially endorsed this new product technology for use in its equipment. The offer also includes enhanced equipment performance and lifetime, as well as lubrication related services
 
The companies will provide a full range of equipment and technical lubrication services to help customers who use the new products optimise equipment performance. These services, performed globally by Burckhardt Compression and ExxonMobil's field engineering teams, include specialised training in products and lubrication best practices, lubricant analysis, equipment troubleshooting and maintenance support.

Boosting equipment reliability

Martin Wendel, President of Services Division at Burckhardt Compression said, “We are looking forward to working closely with ExxonMobil to offer the most suitable solution to our customers. With ExxonMobil, the lubricant expert on board, we are confident we can deliver best-in-class products and technical support for our advanced equipment to help customers achieve their business goals.” 
 
“Industrial operators rely on a wide variety of equipment, including high-pressure compressors, in their daily operations. Equipment reliability is critical to boost operational efficiency and reduce costs,” said Gerald De Causemaeker, Director Finished Lubricants EAME at ExxonMobil. 
 
“Our collaboration with Burckhardt Compression combines excellent experience in application engineering with lubrication expertise to help customers optimise their plant’s efficiency. Our range of Mobil Rarus PE compressor lubricants and services will also help customers to improve equipment reliability, enhance safety and reduce their environmental impact.”

Posted on August 25, 2018 - (458 views)
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