One of the world’s leading lubrications specialists is launching its pioneering Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EAL) in Hamburg at SMM 2014.
KLüBER Lubrication has developed a range of tough industrial lubricants which demonstrates its unique understanding of the needs of its customers to remain commercially competitive by being Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EAL) compliant.
Already an industry leader its new, readily biodegradable speciality lubricants reduce environmental impact and comply with the requirements of Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EAL).
The company’s efficient and eco-compatible speciality lubricants for ships, offshore installations and other marine applications at the SMM 2014, under the banner “Powerfully Natural” highlight that many of the latest innovations are using renewable raw materials such as sunflower oils to deliver efficient and effective lubricants into the most specialised and demanding industrial fields.
The new lubricants comply with the 2013 Vessel General Permit requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in terms of biodegradability, minimal toxicity and bio-accumulation have been developed with the EAL’s in mind.
Dirk Fabry, business development manager for Marine, Oil & Gas at Klüber Lubrication, said:
“EAL’s made by Klüber Lubrication are readily biodegradable and non-toxic to marine organisms, which considerably reduces their environmental impact in the event of a leakage.
“Our new stern tube oils, high-performance gear oils and hydraulic fluids contain more than 90 per cent renewable raw materials and bear the European ECO label.”