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Lubricants that are biodegradable have the capacity to break down naturally through the actions of living things. Petroleum is a substance that occurs naturally and is thought to be biodegradable by nature.
Turbine oil is made from a combination of the following relatively simple ingredients: Base oil, anti-corrosion, anti-oxidation, anti-foaming, and demulsifying agents.
For a variety of applications, biodegradable lubricants are either advised or necessary, such as when there is a special risk of environmental exposure from an oil leak or when legal requirements apply.
There is a rising global trend in the use of biodegradable lubricants in the offshore oil and gas and maritime sectors, where machinery and vessels run the risk of leaking oil into the marine environment.
The global biodegradable turbine oil market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The EPA criteria for biodegradable Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EAL) are met by VBASE Hydro T-EL, a high-performance hydropower turbine oil that is made from premium fully saturated synthetic ester hybrid base oil.
A patented high-performance base oil and an additive package free of ash and zinc are used to create Hydro T-EL Oils, which offer superior thermo-oxidative stability, improved lubricity and load carrying, water and air separability, and corrosion and rust prevention.
Hydro T-EL oils offer outstanding protection and lubrication over a wide range of operating temperatures, speeds, and applied loads because of their high heat capacity and high viscosity indices.
Reduced tailrace water temperatures are made possible by high heat capacity, which enables effective and efficient heat removal from rotating components. Better performance is provided by high viscosity indices and low traction coefficients.
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