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Article-No: 009050

Klüberbio LG 39-701 N

Eco-compatible operating lubricant for open gear drives

Product description

Are you a manufacturer or operator of open gear drives, jack-up lifting systems or other on-board equipment that is frequently in contact with sea water? In that case you are likely to be interested in obtaining an eco-friendly, high-performance operating lubricant.

Our Klüberbio LG 39-701 N is a high-performance grease with a new type of base oil and additive package. It combines very good eco-friendliness with high load-carrying capacity, good antiwear and anticorrosive effect and excellent adhesion to surfaces.

The high-viscosity base oil of Klüberbio LG 39-701 N comes from 100 % renewable resources.

Klüberbio LG 39-701 N complies with the 2013 Vessel General Permit requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in terms of biodegradability, minimal toxicity and bio-accumulation to be met by Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants.

Due to the lubricant's excellent low-temperature behaviour, it can be pumped in centralised lubricating systems down to -30 °C and sprayed even below 0 °C. These positive product characteristics enable you to use the lubricant over a wider temperature range than is common with mineral-oil-based greases of the same base oil viscosity.

Klüberbio LG 39-701 N enables a further reduction of more than 50 % in lubricant consumption in jack-up lifting systems if spray application is used. This will further reduce your operating costs and is beneficial to the environment.

Benefits for your application

  • Complies with the requirements for Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants as defined in Appendix A of the EPA 2013 GP (Vessel General Permit)

  • Lower environmental impact in the event of leakage. The base oil consists of renewable raw materials and is ultimately biodegradable

  • Good low-temperature behaviour enables operation of open gear drives in cold conditions

  • Selected additives ensure longer component life and reduced wear

  • Cost reduction due to low consumption when applied by selected spraying systems

  • Meets requirements for OSPAR conformance, including Norway Yellow 1, Denmark (registration number 2486711) and Cefas E (registration number 27078)