[Translate to English:] MATHY im Einsatz in Land-, Bau- und Forstwirtschaft

Optimum Protection for Vehicle Fleet and Machinery

Agriculture, Construction, and Forestry

Agriculture, construction and forestry are characterized by high demand of man power and use of machinery.

We guarantee optimal protection and care for your units, machines, and the entire fleet. Mathy additives reduce wear, resulting in less downtime, lower maintenance and repair costs, and lower lubricant and fuel consumption. We have many years of experience in the development of lubricants that will help you to operate your fleet more efficiently and cost-effectively.

  • Reduced thermal stress
  • Shorter downtime
  • Improved emergency running characteristics
  • Lubrication and fuel savings
  • Wear reduction
  • Trucks and other commercial vehicles
  • Car and other vehicles
  • Cranes / mobile cranes
  • Tractors
  • Harvesters
  • Loading trucks and loading machines
  • Wheel loaders and excavators
  • Forklifts and industrial trucks
  • Other construction, forest and agricultural machinery
  • Lawnmowers and compact tractors
  • Chain saws and vibrating plates
  • Other small-seized equipment and machinery
  • Conveyers and transportation systems
  • Generators

Our quality is measurable

MATHY products have been tested and certified by TÜV since 1994!

Frequently asked questions and answers

Why use MATHY additives in agriculture, construction and forestry?
What are the advantages of using MATHY additives in your machines and units?

High pressure, thermal stress, and lack of maintenance due to continuous use can lead to unwanted downtime, workshop visits, and machine damage. MATHY products increase compressive strength, reduce friction, and thus protect against wear. In addition, by using Mathy additives you increase the emergency running characteristics and your machines are well-equipped for continuous use. Even during seasonal downtimes our products continue to protect your machinery. Mathy additives make fuels longer-lasting and optimize adhesive propertys for an increased amount of time, so that cold starts in spring should run smoothly.