Press Release Summary:
Biodegradable, synthetic ANDEROL BDC-46 lubricant passes ASTM D 5864 test rating while eliminating carbon and varnish build-up. Friction and wear are reduced via product's film strength and adhesion to metal. Made from base stock used in jet engines, oil includes additive technology that prevents corrosion, enhances water-separation, and minimizes lubricant contamination. It suits oil-flooded rotary screw and vane compressors as well as axial and centrifugal compressors.
Original Press Release:
Anderol Offers High Performance, Biodegradable Synthetic Lubricant
Compressor Oil Maintains Peak Operating Performance Beyond 10,000 Hours
East Hanover, NJ -- (December 10, 2002) Companies looking to improve system performance, equipment life and environmental protection can meet these goals with the new ANDEROL BDC-46 biodegradable compressor lubricant. This proprietary formula is made from the same type of base stock used in high performance jet engines, exceeding all previous synthetic compressor lubricants, and offering environmental peace of mind with a passing ASTM D 5864 test rating.
"Keeping equipment running at maximum efficiency is paramount to a successful, profitable business, says Darren J. Lesinski, technical service manager at ANDEROL. "Using a lubricant that is three to four times more environmentally friendly than a conventional mineral-based oil is essential to reducing remediation costs of a spill or leak."
Maximized Performance, Environmentally Friendly
Specially designed and tested for the most demanding systems, the ANDEROL BDC-46 extends the equipment life and exceeds the biodegradability requirements per the ASTM D 5864 test method. An oil-monitoring program recently revealed that ANDEROL BDC 46 keeps equipment running clean at peak efficiency for over 10,000 hours in normal operating conditions while eliminating carbon and varnish build-up. Friction and wear are reduced as a result of the lubricant's high film strength and adhesion to metal.
Additional benefits include outstanding viscosity and low volatility across a wide range of temperatures. ANDEROL BDC-46's additive technology prevents corrosion, enhances water-separation, and minimizes lubricant contamination. All features contribute to lower maintenance and equipment costs.
This lubricant is recommended for oil-flooded rotary screw and vane compressors, along with axial and centrifugal compressors, for light and medium industries.
ANDEROL manufactures specialty synthetic lubricants and greases for the mining, oil and gas, aviation, food, and industrial equipment markets. Products are sold through a worldwide network of distributors under the ANDEROL (r), PQ (r), AOSyn(r) Royco (r) names. Offices are located in the U.S., Canada, The Netherlands, Italy, and Japan. For more information, go to www.anderol.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.