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BP Energol HLP-HM 46 - High Performance Hydraulic Oil

BP Energol HLP-HM 46 - High Performance Hydraulic Oil

 

Description
A range of mineral oil-based hydraulic fluids conforming to the international classification ISO Type HM and offering a wide choice of viscosities.
The properties of their solvent-refined base oils are enhanced by full additive treatment to minimize corrosion, oxidation, foaming and machinery wear.

 

Applications
Energol HLP -HM oils are formulated for highly stressed hydraulic systems where high levels of anti-wear performance are needed and meet filtration requirements of almost every hydraulic system (down to 6 micron filters). They are also suitable for other duties in which lubricants of high oxidation stability and lubrication performance are required, such as in lightly loaded gears, in some variable speed units and in bearings.

The HLP -HM range is fully compatible with the elastomers materials commonly used for static and dynamic seals, such as:
. Nitryl butyl (PERBUNAN* or BUNA N*)
. Fluorinated (VITON*/TEFLON*)
. Perfluorinated (KABREZ*) . Polyester (HYTREL*)
. Polyurethane (ADIPRENE*) * trade marks
The Energol HLP-HM oils meet the performance requirements of  DIN 51 524 Part 2 'Hydraulic Oils Type H-LP'and of ISO 6743/4 'Hydraulic Oils Type HM' (NF E 48-603 and NF E 60-203).


They meet the specifications/requirements of many major manufacturers, namely :
. Denison HF-0, HF-2
. Vickers industrial machinery, meets form I-286 –S (pump 35V.Q.25)
. Rexnord-Racine vane pumps
. Mannesman Rexroth Hydromatik piston pumps
. Sigma-Rexroth gear pumps
. Cincinnati Milacron (p. 68-69-70)
. US Steel 136

 

Main Benefits

  • High degree of equipment protection
  • Excellent performance in anti-wear protection, oxidation resistance and thermal stability
  • Excellent de-aeration characteristics
  • Compatibility with other mineral oils
  • Good filterability
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BP Energol RC-R 46 - Premium Air Compressor Oil

BP Energol RC-R 46 - Premium Air Compressor Oil

 

Description
These oils are formulated from highly refined mineral base oils, and incorporate additives that minimize oxidation, deposit-formation, foaming and filter-blocking.
Furthermore, they enhance load-carrying and antiwear properties and combat the effects of water contamination and prevent corrosion.

 

Applications

Energol RC-R grades are ashless oils recommended for the lubrication of rotors, bearings and gears in rotary compressors, especially the oil-flooded screw type with delivery temperatures of up to 120 °C. Under these conditions it is important that the oil maintains its high lubrication performance. The grades in this range are suitable for both static and mobile systems, operating at ambient temperatures ranging from -25 °C to 50°C. Most rotary applications call for ISO 32 or ISO 46 grades and the higher-viscosities ISO 68 and 100 may be used satisfactorily in reciprocating compressors.
The Energol RC-R oils meet the requirements of the following standards:

  • ISO DP 6521 for mineral oils
  • L-DAA and L-DAB for reciprocating air compressors
  • L-DAH and L -DAG for rotary air compressors DIN 51352 p. II (Pneurop Oxidation Test) and DIN 51506 VD-L

These oils are approved by:

  • Atlas Copco -Sullair
  • Compair / Luchard -Crepelle
  • Burton Corblin -Consolidated Pneumatic Tool

 

Main Benefits

  • Low deposit-forming tendency
  • Prevention of oil-filter blockage in the presence of water.
  • Excellent anti-wear performance to extend service life of compressors.
  • Rapid separation of oil/air in the air -coalescer for long air-filter life and lower oil-carryover.
  • Powerful water -separation and anti-corrosion characteristics to counter adverse effects of moisture contamination.
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BP Energol THB 46 - Turbine Oil

BP Energol THB 46 - Turbine Oil

 

Description
The Energol THB range has been developed to meet the lubrication requirements for turbines and turbo compressors where a mineral-based oil is required.
The additive treatment ensures good anti-oxidation, anti-corrosion and demulsification properties, and absence of foaming in service.

 

Applications
The grades in this range meet the lubrication requirements of steam turbines, but are also suitable for gas turbines and compressors.
Energol THB is adequate for equipment where manufacturers specify or accept a TOST life of 4000 hours (to acidity level 2.0 mgKOH/g).
Meets BS 489:1999
Meets DIN 51515

 

Main Benefits

  • Long service life
  • Wide range of applications
  • Trouble-free operation for extended periods
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BP Turbinol 46 - Premium turbine oil

BP Turbinol 46 - Premium turbine oil

 

Description
Turbinol is a range of premium turbine oils based on specially selected mineral base oils and additives to obtain a very high degree of oxidation stability . In addition, they contain additives to protect metal surfaces against corrosion and to suppress foaming, whilst retaining good air release properties.

These oils have been formulated to be compatible with the components used in turbines and associated equipment and they contain an inhibitor to prevent catalytic acceleration of auto-oxidation of lubricant hydrocarbons by traces of metals. They are also zinc-free.

 

Applications
Turbinol oils can be used for the lubrication and cooling of bearings and gear boxes of steam, gas and water turbines and associated equipment, such as turbine governor systems, sealing oil systems, turbo-couplings as well as for the lubrication of turbo compressors.
The grades in this range are formulated to meet the demanding requirements of major turbine manufacturers and this is supported by extensive service experience. Turbinol grades fulfil the requirements of the following standards:

  • DIN 51515 part 1 "Lubricants and governor fluids for steam turbines, type L-TD"
  • ISO 8068 "Lubricating Oils for Turbines, categories L-TSA and L-TGA"

And are approved against national and international specifications, such as:

  • Siemens AG - KWU Group; TLV 9013 04 (steam and gas turbines and turbosets)
  • ABB Asea Brown-Boveri AG: HTGD 90 117 D
  • MAN Energie GmbH: N 696

 

Main Benefits

  • Long useful oil life.
  • Good air release properties.
  • Effective protection against corrosion, even in the presence of condensed water
  • Wide operating temperature range.
  • Good water separation.
  • Compatibility with standard seal materials and non-ferrous metals.
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BP Turbinol G 46 - Premium turbine oil

BP Turbinol G 46 - Premium turbine oil

 

Description
Turbinol is a range of premium turbine oils based on specially selected mineral base oils and additives to obtain a very high degree of oxidation stability . In addition, they contain additives to protect metal surfaces against corrosion and to suppress foaming, whilst retaining good air release properties.

These oils have been formulated to be compatible with the components used in turbines and associated equipment and they contain an inhibitor to prevent catalytic acceleration of auto-oxidation of lubricant hydrocarbons by traces of metals. They are also zinc-free.

 

Applications
Turbinol oils can be used for the lubrication and cooling of bearings and gear boxes of steam, gas and water turbines and associated equipment, such as turbine governor systems, sealing oil systems, turbo-couplings as well as for the lubrication of turbo compresssors.

The grades in this range are formulated to meet the demanding requirements of major turbine manufacturers and this is supported by extensive service experience. Turbinol grades fulfil the requirements of the following standards:

  • DIN 51515 part 1 "Lubricants and governor fluids for steam turbines, type L-TD"
  • ISO 8068 "Lubricating Oils for Turbines, categories L-TSA and L-TGA"

 

Main Benefits

  • long useful oil life.
  • good air release properties.
  • effective protection against corrosion, even in the presence of condensed water
  • wide operating temperature range.
  • good water separation.
  • compatibility with standard seal materials and non-ferrous metals.
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BP Energol LPT 46 - Refrigeration compressor oil

BP Energol LPT 46 - Refrigeration compressor oil

 

Description
The Energol LPT grades are refrigeration compressor lubricants formulated from highly refined naphtenic base oils for use in both large industrial and small domestic refrigeration units.

 

Applications
The Energol LPT range is formulated to function as lubricants, coolants as well as sealants in refrigerating compressors. They maintain good lubrication properties at the high temperatures reached during the compression phase and good fluidity at the low temperatures within the evaporators. Excellent lubrication of the moving parts in the compressor as well as recycling of the oil, entrained into the system by the refrigerant, are therefore ensured.
The chemical stability of the Energol LPT oils prevents them from reacting with the refrigerants used in refrigeration systems to form potentially disruptive breakdown products. All Energol LPT grades are suitable for use in systems using Ammonia (NH3) or halogenated hydrocarbons. They can also be used where good low temperature flow properties are required in the lubricant.

 

Main Benefits
The BP range of Energol LPT oils ensure long and trouble-free operation of refrigeration systems through a combination of:

  • High thermal and chemical stability
  • Good temperature/viscosity behaviour
  • Good low temperature flow properties
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BP Energol TH-HT 46 - Steam turbine oil

BP Energol TH-HT 46 - Steam turbine oil

 

Description
Energol TH-HT is a range of industrial turbine lubricants, formulated from highly refined, mineral base oils and a selection of (ashless) performance additives.
The inherent oxidation resistance of these oils is further enhanced through the inclusion of an oxidation inhibitor.
Other additives in the oils ensure good protection against corrosion, suppression of foaming, enhanced water separation and load –carrying characteristics.

 

Applications
The Energol TH-HT oils are formulated to lubricate and cool the bearings of industrial turbines. They can be used in steam and water turbines. These oils tolerate bulk operating temperatures up to 100 °C and occasional peak temperatures of up to 130 °C.
Energol TH-HT exceeds the performance requirements of the following turbine oil specifications:

  • BS 489: 1983
  • DIN 51515
  • ASTM Draft Specification Type I and II
  • CEI/ISO Draft Specification
  • General Electric GE-K 32568A & B
  • Alsthom Atlantique NBA P50001 (TV)
  • Brown Boveri et Cie now ABB HTGD 90117
  • ICI Ammonia Synthesis Plant Lubricating Oil Specification

 

Main Benefits

  • long term, trouble-free functioning of the lubricating oil, due to its stability, leading in turn to:
  • long term, effective protection of the turbine bearings and ancillary equipment, i.e. control system
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BP Turbinol X-EP 46 - Premium Quality Turbine Oil

BP Turbinol X-EP 46 - Premium Quality Turbine Oil

 

Description
The Turbinol X-EP range are based on hydro treated base oils and specially selected additives to provide a very high degree of oxidation stability . They also protect metal surfaces against corrosion and suppress foaming, whilst retaining good air release and demulsibility.
The formulation is zinc-free and ashless. The oils are compatible with the components used in turbines and associated equipment.
Turbinol X -EP is formulated to provide extra load carrying performance for geared turbine applications.

 

Applications
Turbinol X -EP oils can be used for the lubrication and cooling of bearings and gear boxes of steam, gas and water turbines and associated equipment (eg some turbine governor systems, sealing oil systems, turbo-couplings and the lubrication of turbo compressors).
Turbinol X -EP contains a load carrying additive and can be used in geared turbines with a common oil reservoir.
The grades in this range are formulated to meet the demanding requirements of the following major turbine manufacturers:-

  • Siemens - KWU TLV 9013 04 (gas & steam turbines)
  • Asea Brown-Boveri (ABB) HTGD 90 117 D
  • General Electric GEK 32568E
  • General Electric GEK 101941

and meet the requirements of the following specifications:-

  • DIN 51515 part 1
  • ISO 8068
  • BS 489

 

Main Benefits

  • Very long useful oil life because of strong resistance to oxidation and thermal degradation
  • Wide operating temperature range.
  • Excellent air release properties.
  • Excellent protection against corrosion, even in the presence of condensed water.
  • Excellent water separation.
  • Compatibility with standard seal materials and nonferrous metals.
  • Superior load carrying for geared turbine applications
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