SNNLive Talks with Dr. Rick Cardin from ProOne Inc. at the PortTech LA Expo 2014 in San Pedro, CA.

ProOne, Inc. – Developing Environmentally Friendly Advanced Lubrication Technology for Commercial and Industrial Markets

ProOne, Inc. has developed proprietary lubrication technology which reduces friction better than anything else on the market and has over 50 times the film strength of conventional lubricants. ProOne’s primary focus is on the commercial and industrial markets where its environmentally friendly line of products takes lubrication to the next level of performance. The principals involved with ProOne have decades of experience in the lubrication industry, developing and marketing patented state-of-the-art technology.

With applications for manufacturing, mining, oil drilling and transportation, this advanced lubrication technology offers bottom line savings including reducing wear and extending equipment life, increasing productivity, lowering energy and fuel consumption, preventing costly downtime and lowering maintenance. ProOne’s Lubrication Technology has been tested and certified by leading testing laboratories and proven in the real world. SNNLive spoke with Dr. Rick Cardin from ProOne, Inc. at the PortTech LA Expo 2014 in San Pedro, CA.

“ProOne has the world’s most advanced lubrication technology. We are biodegradable and outperform any other lubricant in the world,” begins Dr. Cardin. He continues with the significance of ProOne’s lubrication technology, “One of our major markets is the Oil and Gas industry where we are drilling lubricant additive that can replace the oil-based drilling mud they use now with water-based drilling mud, which of course is much cleaner and it’s more economically efficient. We guarantee a meaningful savings for every well drilled.”

Dr. Cardin explains the scope of Pro One’s potential markets, “Since ProOne is useful anywhere there’s heat and friction, absolutely anywhere there is heat and friction, we reduce heat, reduce friction, create more energy and reduce pollution.”

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