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In 2013, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) launched the Vessel General Permit, obligating all vessels above 79 feet in length to use environmentally acceptable lubricants (EAL) for oi-sea interface applications. The new legislation was broad to live to reduce the pollution of the oceans and seas and is as well encouraged for above deck equipment. In 2014, the EPA issued a separate Small Vessel General Permit for vessels below 79 feet in length, to control for incidental spills and leaks.
 
The VGP legislation will continue to have a strong impact on the global marine industry. To support the market in these challenges, Oleon developed a broad range of ester base oils, which are ideal EAL candidates:
  • Biodegradable
  • Minimally toxic
  • Not-bioaccumulative
 
More than 30 Radialube® Esters are listed on the LuSC-list for Ecolabel formulation and many more are eligible to respond to future developments.

 

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Product Name Descriptionsort descending Chemical Name Remarks
Radialube 7300
High Oxidation Stability Saturated ISO VG 15 Liquid
Radialube 7368
High Oxidation Stability Trimethylolpropane tricaprylate/caprate Liquid
Radialube 7378
High Oxidation Stability Saturated ISO VG 32 Liquid
Radialube 7588
High Oxidation Stability Saturated ISO VG 46 Liquid
Radialube 7688
High Oxidation Stability Saturated ISO VG 46 Liquid
Radialube 7589
High Oxidation Stability Saturated ISO VG 68 Liquid
Radialube 7689
High Oxidation Stability Saturated ISO VG 68 Liquid
Radialube 7250
High Oxidation Stability Saturated complex ester ISO VG 100 Liquid
Radia 7179
High Oxidation Stability Pentaerythritol tetraisostearate Liquid
Radialube 7251
High Oxidation Stability Saturated complex ester ISO VG 150 Liquid

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