Leading lubricant producer Shell has taken advantage of EXCON 2022, an international trade fair for construction equipment and technology, to highlight its various fluid and digital reliability solutions.
The oil company exclusively launched its new Shell LubeOptimiser service, which is a reliability solution aimed at reducing downtime, simplifying operations and protecting equipment. Shell also showed off its sensor-based digital solutions through a live dashboard. These included the Shell Remote Sense service, which provides operators with actionable insights to avoid unplanned downtime based on remote monitoring of equipment and lubricants, as well as MachineMax, which uses modern analytics and intelligent sensors to keep off-highway fleets running efficiently and profitably.
Shell Lubricants India’s country head, Debanjali Sengupta, said that it was Shell’s core business to generate new value for end-users, OEMs and other partners by setting new standards for performance and quality, adding:
“While we continue to offer best-in-class lubricants, our solutions are designed to help customers in running trouble-free operations and reducing the total cost of ownership both on-site and off-site. We have expanded our portfolio for construction and mining sectors and are looking to grow our fluid reliability and digital solutions multifold in 2022.”
The company also exhibited some of its leading lubricant products, such as the Shell Gadus S3 V460D 2 grease for heavy-duty applications, which over the years has been shown to deliver cost savings and improve the life of components, and the Shell Rimula R5 LE commercial vehicle oil, which offers longer drain intervals combined with a 1% fuel saving.