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PRACTICE Photo: Engadin/St. Moritz, D. Martinek STARTING THE SEASON WITH THE RIGHT LUBRICANT Photo: Meiringen/Hasliberg Bahnen Keeping equipment lubricated is essential for proper operation. Below are a few practical tips on using MOTOREX 3800 TS long-lasting grease and CABLE PROTECT cable lubricant. Regular lubrication in accordance with a maintenance and lubrication plan is vital for the safe functioning of equipment. It doesn’t take an expert to know that systems that are not regularly lubricated are subject to greater wear and more susceptible to breakdowns. LONG-LASTING: GREASE 3800 TS MOTOREX GREASE 3800 TS, which replaces the Lagermeister TS product, is a special long-lasting EP (extreme pressure) grease built on a semi-synthetic base stock thickened with lithium soap. GREASE 3800 TS is completely stable under high pressure and resistant to oxidation. These characteristics make it perfect for initial and ongoing lubrication of roller and slide bearings. It is an ideal choice for bearings exposed to extreme operating conditions and wide temperature fluctuations, as in cableways. Very good Knows the demands of alpine protection: Markus water resistance and exceptional Damm, MOTOREX’s adhesiveness give this grease alpine specialist a long service life and thus significantly extended service intervals. The grease meets the KP2 N-30 specification under the DIN 51502 standard. CARING FOR WIRE ROPE WITH CABLE PROTECT ALPINE CABLE PROTECT special cable lubricant efficiently protects all cable rope types against wear and the elements. The product is diluted at the factory with a special solvent, enabling ideal, even application. Once the solvent has evaporated, it forms a thin, non-sticky protective film that adheres well. Repeated bending and stress cause friction in the numerous wires that make up the cable. ALPINE CABLE PROTECT was specially developed to reduce this type of friction and protects the cable against elemental extremes such as rain, snow, heat and cold. Ask your MOTOREX partner for data sheet 479 on cable lubrication, or for any other information you may need on professional maintenance of alpine infrastructure. • 16

INSIDE THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS Christoph Ledermann is no longer with us. We are deeply saddened. He was called away at all too young an age by the effects of an insidious disease. Never again will we hear his joyful call: “It’s a lucky day today!” Christoph Ledermann joined MOTOREX 37 years ago as a 20-year-old office clerk. After just a short while working in the office, he wanted to try his hand at sales and took on a territory as a very young traveling salesman. He sold with enthusiasm and an inner fire. His unshakable optimism was contagious. Career and calling were one for Christoph Ledermann. He earned federal certification as a traveling salesperson and later as a sales manager. He quickly rose to become Head of Sales for Switzerland, but it was not long before the national frontiers were too narrow for him. Traveling as Director of Industry Sales, he charmed customers all over the world. He left a lasting “green trail” in every country he visited. In recognition of his service, he was appointed to the Management Board and Board of Directors of MOTOREX AG LANGENTHAL. Christoph Ledermann made an enormous contribution to the success of our group of companies, and we owe him a debt of gratitude. His spontaneous, infectious Christoph Ledermann, 6 Sept. 1952 –1 July 2009 nature, his tact and sensitivity and his wealth of ideas contributed significantly to the growth of our business. He always maintained friendly relations with his customers, the Board of Directors, Management Board and all employees. His unshakable optimism was contagious. All of us bow our heads to Christoph Ledermann and his unique life's work. We miss him and will never forget him. • BUCHER MOTOREX Group Board of Directors, Management Board and staff DID YOU KNOW... A BRASS “BIRD’S NEST” The Olympic Stadium in Beijing is commonly known as the Bird's Nest. In recognition of the outstanding collaboration between MOTOREX AG and partner company Yongsheng + Wilson Shang of China, MOTOREX was presented with a limited-edition brass model of the stadium. Herzog & de Meuron from Switzerland were the lead architects for the stadium, which was completed in 2008. The 258,000 m 2 oval has permanent seating for 80,000 fans. The Management Board and staff of MOTOREX AG would like to express their sincere thanks for the successful partnership and gift from China. • MOTOREX MAGAZINE I DECEMBER 2009 17



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