Witham Group becomes exclusive supplier of Prolan

Witham Group becomes exclusive supplier of Prolan

Witham Group is proud to announce that it has been entrusted to become the sole importer and distributor of the award-winning, natural high-performance lubricant, Prolan.

Bringing the benefits of lanolin-based lubricants – wool grease – to the fore and meeting the increasing demands for environmental and sustainable products, Witham is in prime position to impress customers with the variety of Prolan products on offer.

Prolan’s primary use is to protect components in the fight against rust and expand the life of the part. Developed and engineered by experts in New Zealand, they understand the frustrations and challenges corrosion can cause – what’s special about this lubricant, though, according to Witham, is the mix of eco-friendly ingredients that go into each and every can.

Who can use it?

From agriculture to marine and horticulture to workshops, not to mention the ability to use it at home, such is the ease in which Prolan can be applied and the different viscosities available, the product is an “excellent all-rounder and perfect for a whole range of jobs”.


Each of the five viscosities are noncarcinogenic, biodegradable and internationally certified by NSF International, the renowned public health and safety organisation.

Recognised by industry professionals

Prolan already boasts a strong reputation within the agricultural sector, scooping an innovation award at the UK’s leading farm machinery show, LAMMA. What’s more, Prolan has been tried and tested by those facing rust hostility on a daily basis.

Ben Bowerman, of Godlingston Manor Farm in Dorset, said: “We have been very impressed with Prolan and apply it to our farm machinery to prevent corrosion and extend its useable life. It is so versatile and cost-effective – I would recommend Prolan to everyone.”

Witham Group Managing Director, Nigel Bottom, said Witham’s ambition with Prolan was to offer a solution to companies that are “actively addressing the use of chemicals in their supply chain and want to improve their sustainability credentials”.

For more information about Prolan, click here.

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