DYNAVIS is expanding operations into the mining market
Tough times are increasingly leading mining companies to look at DYNAVIS technology.
“We’re expanding our strategy to other applications, including mining,” said Rolf Fianke, marketing manager at DYNAVIS. “They are longing for efficiencies and ways of saving.”
The DYNAVIS brand is not a hydraulic fluid, but rather a technology that utilises an additive to improve the viscosity index of hydraulic fluids. The improved viscosity enables easier movement of components, resulting in fuel savings and other benefits.
Construction firms have benefitted from DYNAVIS in the past, and Fianke believes that will be the case with mining, too. “Just think about the savings, and how much it could mean on machines that large,” he said.
Fianke also said the company continues to make agreements with fluids suppliers and other distributors, who often market DYNAVIS technology to the end-user.
DYNAVIS is a technology owned by Evonik Industries, a global specialty chemicals group.