Anderol introduces hazard label-free synthetic compressor oil
Anderol B.V. has added a high-performance synthetic diester-based compressor and vacuum pump oil free of any hazard labelling to their product portfolio.
The hazard label-free Anderol® Syncomp DE HSL 100 meets the most demanding safety and performance requirements, while reducing environmental impact, according to the company.
Approved by the German Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing
Approved by the German Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), the product complies with the safety standards for vacuum pumps up to 2 bar and 100 degrees Celsius operating temperature. The oil also offers extremely high thermal oxidation stability resulting in long oil life and superb control over deposit formation.
“This is a very interesting product for compressor and vacuum pump lubrication as it is one of only a few diester based products that are BAM-registered without hazard safety label. The benefits would be that there is no obligation in meeting the legal CLP requirements (labelling & SDS supply),” said Ingrid Ooms, global technical manager, Anderol B.V.
Commitment to developing sustainable synthetic lubricants
“We have worked very closely with compressor original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to formulate this, and it is testament to our commitment to developing sustainable synthetic lubricants without compromising on safety or performance.”
Anderol B.V., the European producer of Anderol® products, is a wholly owned subsidiary of German specialty chemicals company LANXESS.
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 and animal feed industries.
Anderol® products are sold in more than 50 countries worldwide and are manufactured in Europe (Belgium), North America (U.S.A.) and Asia (China).