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In order to avoid and reduce friction stress between two moving surfaces, lubricants are utilised. Engine oil, compressor oil, gear oil, and piston oil are a few examples of lubricants used in mechanical equipment to enhance functionality.
The longevity of machinery and equipment is increased by lubrication. In addition to lubricating and cooling surfaces, lubricants are also utilised as cutting fluids.
Marine lubricants are a particular type of lubricants used to lubricate shipping equipment, which increases the overall efficiency of the engine and equipment working in coastal areas.
It is essential to safeguarding the machines from rust, corrosion, dampness, oxidation, and failure in order to keep them operating in challenging circumstances. To give maritime equipment the best possible protection and to boost engine efficiency, marine lubricant is a high-performance, easily biodegradable oil.
The Global marine system 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.
Virginia Distributor was acquired by Solutex Inc. The company will benefit from this acquisition, which will help it become one of the leading suppliers of facility maintenance supplies, and it will also help with maintenance supplies.
The purchase of Porocel Group by Evonik Industries was finalised. Evonik’s expansion will be accelerated by this acquisition, which will assist the company in expanding its portfolio of catalysts in the area of absorbents and desulfurization catalysts.
The launch of Shell Alexia 40 will coincide with an introduction of the new Shell Alexia two-stroke engine oils portfolio, highlighting the relationship between fuel grade and recommended cylinder oil Base Number after the implementation of the IMO’s global sulphur limit for marine fuels in 2020. All Shell Alexia grades are fully miscible and compatible with the existing portfolio.
With a Base Number of 40, Shell Alexia 40 has been developed to optimise equipment performance and condition as ship owners and charterers prepare for the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO’s) 0.50% global sulphur limit for marine fuels in 2020. Shell Marine expects most of the world’s shipping fleet will aim to comply with IMO 2020 by switching to fuels with a sulphur content of 0.5% and below.
Shell Marine can help ship owners and charterers be prepared as the world moves to a low emissions future. As a trusted partner, we will help our customers to have the right lubricants in the right place at the right time to take the uncertainty out of fuel selection.
The five products in the Shell Alexia portfolio are now directly branded by BN as Shell Alexia 25, 40, 70, 100 and 140 to minimise errors on board and maximise opportunities to align lubricant selection with the fuel in use. For example, Shell Alexia 25 is recommended for 0.1% Ultra Low Sulphur Fuel Oil/LNG, while Shell Alexia 100 and 140 are recommended for owners preferring to operate on HSHFO with exhaust gas scrubbers.
Post IMO 2020, it is imperative for engine performance that customers can rely on the cylinder oils they choose, Shell Marine also recognises that cylinder oil technical services that are tailored to the needs of owners are critical to the successful management of engine performance.
Lubricant condition tools, such as Shell LubeAnalyst and Shell LubeMonitor, will be vital for managing engine performance, but also for optimising lubricant feed rates and costs.Royal Dutch Shell plc is incorporated in England and Wales, has its headquarters in The Hague and is listed on the London, Amsterdam, and New York stock exchanges.
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