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MSI Energy Program
What is the MSI Energy Program?
The MSI Energy Program is simply the systematic application of the unique metal treatments developed by Macro Specialty Industries, Inc. This is a patented process (U.S. PAT. NO. 5068129) that is designed to help your machines "live and perform well" in the presence of water! MSI's energy program will guarantee a minimum of a 125% return on your investment by:
Do you really need the MSI Energy Program?
Absolutely! If you're like most people working in American industry, you think your current lubrication practices are more than adequate. Unfortunately, they're probably not. Consider the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's summary statement on the subject:
"The study of friction, lubrication and wear has long been of both technical and practical interest, since the functioning of many mechanical systems depends on friction and wear values. This field, recently dubbed 'tribology,' has received increasing attention as it has become evident that the waste of resources resulting from high friction and wear is very great (more than 6% of the Gross National Product), and that the potential savings offered by improved tribological knowledge are correspondingly great.
Unfortunately, the background of most engineers in this important area is seriously deficient. For example, the average mechanical engineer has had wear as part of his/her university studies. To compound the problem, coverage of tribology in most reference works is insufficient or outdated and provides little guidance to those involved in new situations..."
Other Test Results
High-performance oil company's test laboratory showed a 4.6% reduction in brake specific fuel consumption after MSI metal treatment was applied. For the actual results, click on: BSFC (Brake Specific Fuel Consumption).
Why Are Water and Heat a Problem?
WATER: has long been known to be a major cause of metal fatigue and failure in machines that require a fluid system for lubrication and cooling of gears, bearings, slides, and hydraulics. Even minute amounts of water can contaminate lubricants.
HEAT: accelerates oxidation in conventional oil and grease, leading to the formation of gum, sludge, and varnishes. This in turn, increases operating temperatures, accelerates deterioration of lubricant additives and escalates energy requirements. Heat also increases the amount of water formed by condensation.
WATER: from condensation or from leaking seals, machining coolant over spray, or flooding, can penetrate through conventional lubricants. This can cause contamination and breakdown of the lubricant and can form a corrosive wedge at areas of stress, leading to fatigue and failure.
How MSI Increases Bearing Life
MSI Product Application Guide: Selecting MSI Products
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