AMSOIL INC. becomes world’s first APQP4Wind-certified lubricant supplier

APQP4Wind is a non-profit organization founded by the world’s leading wind-turbine manufacturers and suppliers. Its mission is to standardize and simplify processes that ensure product quality across the wind industry.

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AMSOIL INC. is the world’s first and only lubricant supplier to earn APQP4Wind certification. APQP4Wind is a non-profit organization founded by the world’s leading wind-turbine manufacturers and suppliers. Its mission is to standardize and simplify processes that ensure product quality across the wind industry. The organization strengthens and facilitates relationships between manufacturers and suppliers to increase efficiency.

“We’ve worked hard to reach this milestone,” said Vice President, AMSOIL Wind and Industrial Business Dave Meyer. “Being the world’s first lubricant supplier to become an APQP4Wind member demonstrates the quality of our products for wind assets. It offers additional assurance to our wind customers that they’re getting the best possible lubricants for their equipment.”

When AMSOIL INC. entered the wind industry in 2005, wind-asset managers were struggling to find a wind-turbine gearbox lubricant capable of delivering superior protection without requiring frequent and expensive oil changes. Many asset managers could expect a high percentage of their gearboxes to fail within the first 10 years of a 20-year design life, driving up operating costs.

AMSOIL developed an innovative synthetic gearbox lubricant that delivers superior protection and significantly longer service life in the demanding conditions in which turbines operate. It has a proven record of more than 10 years of continuous run time with no additive top offs, which helps turbine gearboxes last as designed, or longer, reducing maintenance and costs. AMSOIL also formulates hydraulic oil, grease and other products for the wind industry. 

“Our APQP4Wind membership will only help improve our standing in the industry,” said Meyer. “We look forward to working with the organization and its other members as we continue to improve our products and processes for this market.”


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