Brand: GLARE INDIA
- For all types of Treadmills requiring a Non-Petroleum, Non-Sticky, Lubricant
- 100% silicone oil - Clear, colorless, odorless, with no petroleum components
- Reduces friction and keeps the treadmill running smoothly.
- Reduces noise & friction between the belt and deck
- Greatly reduces the chances of premature motor wear .
Publisher: GLARE INDIA
Details: GLARE 100% silicone treadmill belt lubricant formulated for a wide range of modern treadmills. Our treadmill belt lubricant extends the life of your treadmill belt and motor by offering a 100% multi-viscosity silicone formula that reduces friction and keeps the treadmill running smoothly. Reduces noise and premature motor burnout. In a treadmill, the belt and the deck are among the most critical parts. It is important to maintain the life and usage of both to avoid damage and high costs. Our treadmill belt lubricant provides the following benefits: - reduces noise - reduces friction between the belt and deck - greatly reduces the chances of premature motor wear - 100% silicone oil - clear, colourless, odourless, with no petroleum components this product is recommended for any treadmill that requires a silicone lubricant. Note of caution: do not apply to the walking surface ideal for all treadmills requiring non-petroleum silicone based lubricant. Why lubricating a treadmill is so important one of the most consistent problems that my run into is they don't lube the treadmill deck nearly enough. If there is no lubrication between the walking belt and the deck, there is serious friction that develops between them. This results in the following: -the laminated deck starts to de-laminate due to the added resistance heat -as the de-lamination builds up, it starts eating away at the walking belt -plus, the rollers and motor have to work much harder to maintain the speed because of the added resistance -the electronics try to maintain all of the coordinated signals and get confused and starts sending false signals to the control board. -basically, what happens is a domino effect whereby either the belt wears out or the control board dies.
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