Marine Lubricants for the Shipping Industry
Lubmarine products and services are suited to a wide range of applications, from the engine to the deck equipments. As the world’s second largest player in this sector Lubmarine is dedicated, global and integrated business unit that supports the shipping industry by delivering to almost 1,000 ports across the world. Our local presence (via our local offices and partners) is a guarantee of customized and effective solutions. With more than 250 employees from 40 nations, often themselves from a marine background, the Lubmarine team understands its customers and is able to arrange effective supply.
The innovative TALUSIA range of marine cylinder oils is recommended for 2-stroke diesel engines powered by a wide range of residual fuels.
TALUSIA range has been designed to be simple for ships’ crews to use and to reduce the risk of engine breakdown while ensuring environmental compliance.
The ATLANTA MARINE D range of marine system oils with its anti-oxidant properties enables ship-owners to prevent engine wear. It’s being used to lubricate slow speed 2-stroke crosshead diesel engines.
The problems of engine rust and corrosion can be stopped in their tracks. Its water separation and insoluble separation abilities prevent the build-up of liquids.
TRUNK PISTON ENGINE OILS
The AURELIA and DISOLA range of marine trunk piston oils are recommended for the high-medium speed 4-stroke diesel engines on both land and sea.
The range is compatible with all main fuel types including high and low sulphur fuel oil (HSFO, LSFO), LNG, distillates, marine diesel oil and gas oil.
Ships require marine lubricants which are able to resist wide variations of temperature as well as other challenges such as extreme pressures under high loads and fast speeds.
AUXILIARY MINERAL LUBRICANTS
AUXILIARY SYNTHETIC LUBRICANTS
Lubmarine’s Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EALs) and grease portfolio is designed for ship-owners seeking premium levels of performance while being environmentally conscious.
It is recommended to use with all oil-to-sea equipment interfaces on any machinery operating in severe conditions, including high and low temperatures as well as high levels of humidity.