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When out on the job site, convenience is the name of the game. Nobody wants to waste valuable man hours to get a simple task done, especially when it turns into a real challenge because there’s a lack of the correct products.
Civil construction and earthworks encompasses a wide spectrum of activities from building infrastructure to environmental restoration. As they say, time is money, and workers are constantly seeking innovative, easy to use solutions to get the job done.
CRC Industries has a solid reputation in the industry for supplying essential lubricants. Steve Keown, National Product Manager for Lubricants, and transfer systems at Motion, emphasises that they truly excel in this field.
“CRC is a well-established company specialising in the manufacturing and distribution of various chemical products, particularly in the field of maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO).”
CRC is recognised as a supplier of Professional Quality aerosol and bulk Lubricants, Anti Corrosion and Maintenance products and has ISO ISO 9001:2015 certification.
CRC is also recognised in the industry for its commitment to quality, developing products that help maintain and protect machinery and equipment, providing efficient solutions without compromising on results.
CRC Trefolex Cutting Compound and Fluids: Maximising tool life and quality threads
“CRC’s Trefolex Cutting Compound has been delivering high quality results on civil projects for decades. It’s an active cutting compound paste that does not run off or evaporate,” says Keown. “It melts slowly as frictional heat is generated and provides continuous lubrication throughout low speed cutting operations.”
The characteristic of the product significantly increases tool life and thread quality, a crucial aspect in onsite works with construction projects.
“Trefolex is ideal for various tools, allowing clean cuts with no tearing, meaning it’s suitable for working with steel, aluminium, copper, brass, and stainless steel, it also will not corrode steel or aluminium and is available in four pack sizes compounds and fluids,” highlights Keown.
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