Italiano | English | Deutsch | Français | Español | Česky | Slovensky | hrvatski | Slovensko | Русский | Polski
Language | English

SPRAYS & ACCESSORIES

For years, the development of NILS products has been carried out with an eye not only on performances and on the safeguard of the machinery, but also on the reduction of the environmental impact. This also applies to those products which may be defined as auxiliary because they are meant to be used in applications which may be “ancillary”, but which are in fact no less important. We therefore apply the same rules to them.

In this sector, we offer 5 different types of sprays: lubricating, multi-purpose, non-toxic, protective and non-slip; i.e. everything which proves useful while carrying out industrial maintenance operations on machines or motor vehicles. NILS Sprays are of excellent quality, and they are also environment-friendly since their propellants are completely free of CFCs, i.e. of those gases which, though they are chemically inert and non-toxic, are nevertheless harmful since they are responsible for the hole in the ozone layer.
Within our range of accessories we offer everything you may need in order to optimize the use of NILS products in a workshop or in an installation (eg. blue workshop paper, hand-washing paste, grease pumps, oil pumps, supports for the safe fastening of oil drums, automatic lubricators, etc.) so as to turn the lubrication of the various machines into a simple and safe operation.

Moreover, we are not merely a supplier, but rather a trusted partner and an all-round maintenance consultant. Thanks to our service activity which includes predictive diagnostics, filtration, lubrication schedules and fluid-management, we succeed in monitoring the operating conditions of the machinery. Besides, through our consultancy and the analysis of your maintenance schedule we help optimise the productivity and profitability of your company.

We are holders of the ISO 14001 environment certificate as well as of the ISO 9001 quality certificate, both of which are essential in order to be allowed to operate in this sector.