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Lubmarine extends EAL range with launch of BIO OG PLUS

New grease product to be rolled out to strategically located ports around the world.



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Updated on 20 Feb 2018 07:22 GMT

Global marine lubricant provider Total Lubmarine has announced the introduction of a new grease product: BIO OG PLUS - an addition to its Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant (EAL) range.

Specifically formulated for sensitive applications such as open gears and chains under high load, BIO OG PLUS has been produced to mitigate the challenges of working in environments where water contamination is common.

As well as being an extreme pressure and adhesive grease, BIO OG PLUS's biodegradable qualities are designed to allow owners, managers and operators of vessels to take a more environmentally considerate approach to lubrication.

The new grease product is also a resource to those operating in areas requiring the use of EAL Lubricants, such as those working within jurisdiction of the US.

Commenting on the launch of BIO OG PLUS, Anne-Sophie Vaucheret, Marine Technical Engineer at Total Lubmarine, said: "We are very happy to bring a new product into our range - and this is something that our customers have been asking for. We pride ourselves on an ability to offer an end-to-end lubrication solution, and with BIO OG PLUS, all of our customer's needs are covered."

To date, Total Lubmarine says more than 1,500 vessels utilise its EAL products.

The marine lubricant supplier says it will be rolling out BIO OG PLUS to strategically located ports around the world.






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