Without drive trains, very little would get done, so it is essential that they stay functional. It is important to differentiate between the various types of drive, and use the right lubricant to ensure maximum performance. Worm gears are subject to higher contact speeds than straight-cut gears. A lubricant which reduces friction and wear while lowering temperature is always welcome, but it is also important to know its load capacity and whether it will have to withstand shocking or thrusting loads. The right choice of lubricant offers guarantees and allows you to save on maintenance costs and energy, while increasing service life at the same time.