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INDUSTRY NEWS LANXESS rebrands Anderol®


Anderol®, the synthetic specialty lubricants product line from the Lubricant Additives Business Unit (LAB) is rebranding in line with LANXESS’ corporate design.


As of 2nd November 2020, Anderol® products will be


receiving a new corporate design, including new product packaging and website redesign. The new product packaging will be phased in gradually with the old and new packaging co-existing for a short period of time.


“LANXESS’ global set-up, its proficient technical competence centres as well as its extensive product portfolio are creating exciting new opportunities for Anderol® to the benefit of our valued customers,” explains Tom Kleinschmidt, Business Director at Anderol B.V. “LANXESS is derived from the French word ‘lancer’, which means ‘to move forward’, and ‘success’ – both values that the Anderol®


product


line stands for. Lubricant Additives’ global reach and technical capabilities help to further energize Anderol® to the benefit of our customers to whom we stay true with our high product quality, flexibility, deep understanding of technical application and our proximity to the customer.”


The Anderol® product line consists of


high-performance synthetic lubricants formulated specifically for industrial and food-grade applications. Anderol®


fluids support lubrication needs in


applications such as compressor and vacuum pumps, heavy duty gears and bearings, hydraulic and chains as well as H1 plant lubrication for the food, animal feed and pharmaceutical industries.


LINK www.anderol.com


Biosynthetic Technologies Announces The Launch Of A New Line Of Oleo Derived Additives For


Metalworking Fluid Applications; Biocea™ Biosynthetic®


Technologies has announced the


launch of their new product line of novel additives for the metalworking fluids market called Biocea™. These products will be available globally, effective immediately.


Biosynthetic Technologies has developed a new class of high-performance bio-based additives for the use in metalworking fluids, called Biocea. These novel sustainable additives use the patented estolide technology and are biobased, biodegradable, non-bioaccumulative, and non-toxic. Biocea additives leverage Biosynthetic Technologies’ proprietary estolide technology for high demanding water soluble, synthetic, and conventional oil additive applications. Biocea additives are produced with naturally derived oils that not only improve the quality of formulated metalworking fluids, they are also biobased and biodegradable allowing for the manufacture of environmentally acceptable metalworking fluids that are safe and non-irritating to the skin. These estolide based additives enhance the


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lubricity, polarity, film strength, biostability, hydrolytic stability, and oxidative stability of the fluid, and are developed especially for real world metalworking fluid applications.


“Meeting our focus of innovations for a sustainable future, our new line of additives also meet the exacting standards of metalworking fluid applications and are highly suitable for the manufacture of Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EAL) formulations. These Biocea additives deliver superior performance, especially in the areas of lubricity, oxidative stability and hydrolytic stability as well as wear performance,” said Mr. Mark Miller, CEO of Biosynthetic Technologies. “These additives perform exceptionally well in a variety of metalworking fluid formulations and represent significant improvements which offer greater product uniformity, cost, and marketability.”


LINK https://motoroil.biosynthetic.com


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