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Industrial Lubricant Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of industrial lubricant manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top industrial lubricant manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find industrial lubricant companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture industrial lubricants to your companies specifications. Then contact the industrial lubricant companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of industrial oil lubricants, industrial lubricant types, industrial lubricant suppliers, or customized industrial lubricants of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • West Conshohocken, PA 610-832-4000

    Quaker's range of specialty industrial lubricants provide advantages such as extended machine component service life, support with reductions in equipment failure and unscheduled shutdown, as well as optimal performance in high and low temperatures. Our lubricants are used in a variety of industries such as mining, automotive, bearings, general manufacturing, and more.

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  • Avenel, NJ 732-882-0777

    Unique Technologies Associates is an innovative manufacturer of a variety of industrial lubricants including bearing lubricants. We use state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques to ensure that our products are the best available. Contact us for more information on our industrial lubricants.

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  • Vicksburg, MI 800-225-7138

    Located in Vicksburg, Michigan, since 1977, AccroSeal® has built a reputation for expertise in machining the custom polymer components required by today's industrial client. AccroSeal® offers a wide range of machining, stamping, and custom lubrication solutions. We can also custom formulate a lubricant to fit your particular need.

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  • Whitehall, MT 800-735-6438

    SFR Corporation is a major manufacturer and distributor of industrial lubricants, synthetic lubricants, gasoline and diesel fuel additives, lubricating oils and lubricating grease. We are committed to quality products, and our goal is to improve your company's efficiency. Call us today.

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  • Naperville, IL 877-641-1600

    We specialize in synthetic lubricants, chemical and lubrication management services for industry plus reduce total cost with best-in-class technology in metalworking fluid, industrial lubricant, lubricating grease, lubricating oil, corrosion preventative and cleaner. Visit our website soon.

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Industrial Lubricants

Industrial lubricants are applied to moving parts and areas of friction in order to prevent wear. Bearings, dies, chains, cables, spindles, pumps, rails, and gears need to be lubricated in order to make equipment run smoothly and reliably. There are many different types of lubricants, including oils, greases and other fluids.

Lubricant is necessary in almost every industry that uses machinery, including food service, textile, medical, shipping and packaging, manufacturing, marine, aerospace and automotive. Specific applications include bottling machines, agriculture and construction tools, assembly lines, industrial ovens and engines for planes and ships. Besides reducing friction between moving parts, protecting against corrosion and oxidation and preserving the product material against normal aging, industrial lubricants may also be specially designed for particular characteristics, such as enhancing thermal conduction or reducing electrical receptivity. Industrial lubricating encompasses a large scope of lubricant types. Engine lubricants, are exclusively developed for engine needs, while marine lubricants serve boats the same way. Just a couple examples of how industrial lubes are utilized. The need for lubrication is not specific to manufacturing; many products that are used in the consumer product context everyday require regular lubrication, including cars and computer technology.  

Natural oils, petroleum oil, grease and synthetic oils are all commonly used industrial lubricants, all of which have subcategories as well. Synthetic lubricants are chemical compounds specially engineered to produce characteristics desired by buyers of lubricants. They are usually more expensive than their organic counterparts, but they provide added benefits, like cooling faster and resisting fire. Common bases for synthetic lubricants are ester, silicone, polyalphaolefin and glycol. Ester lubricants have particularly high heat-resistant and are therefore popular among industries requiring high temperature lubricants. Natural or organic oil is a phrase almost always referring to petroleum, which is a liquid retrieved from underground reserves of ancient rock. Petroleum is particularly popular among the automotive industry. The only other well known natural oils are those associated with biodegradable factors, which is why they are utilized in the first place. Soybean extract that has been genetically enhanced, as well as vegetable oil and sheep wool oil are all environmentally friendly lubricants that are popular because of the small ecological footprint they create when used.


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