• 2019 January 29 10:44

    Gazpromneft Ocean oils to get Japan Engine Corporation approvals

    Gazpromneft-Lubricants got the official approvals of Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG) for Gazpromneft Ocean CCL 40, Gazpromneft Ocean CCL 70, Gazpromneft Ocean CCL 100 HSF and Gazpromneft Ocean CCL 17 ULSF, the company said in its release.

    J-ENG experts confirmed the possibility of using Gazpromneft Ocean cylinder oils in low-speed engines of their own production. Approved oils have been developed specially for modern two-stroke engines operating with fuels of <0.5% to> 3% sulfur content, also at high operating pressures and temperatures. High-quality base oils and additives provide maximum protection for parts of the cylinder-piston group and maintain cleanliness in the piston zone of low-speed crosshead engines.

    Roman Miroshnichenko, Branch Director (Marine Lubricants), Gazpromneft-Lubricants:
    "Japan Engine Corporation approvals expanded the list of previously received approvals from WinGD and MAN that confirms the reliability of our products. Gazpromneft Ocean oils are developed in accordance with modern international environmental standards. Offering high-quality lubricants and PLUS technical service, we help our clients to maintain safe and efficient operation of complicated ship machinery".
     
    Gazpromneft-Lubricants (Gazpromneft-Lubricants Ltd.) is a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft focusing on the production and sales of oils, greases and technical fluids. The company was established in November 2007.The products are manufactured at Russian and foreign production sites. The total production volume is 600,000 tons of high-quality oils, greases and technical fluids per year. The management system of Gazpromneft-Lubricants and its production assets meets the requirements of the international standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001, IATF 16949 and OHSAS 18001. The product range includes 600 items of oils and greases for all sectors of the market (more than 1500 stock keeping units) including marine lubricants under Gazpromneft Ocean brand name. Product portfolio is comprised of high quality marine lubricants for all types of sea and river vessels: motor oils for two-stroke and four-stroke engines running at various types of fuel as well as hydraulic, compressor, turbine oils, refrigeration oils and special purpose greases. Gazpromneft-Lubricants products are approved by leading equipment manufacturers: Wartsila, Winterthur Gas&Diesel, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Sulzer, Bosch Rextroth, Siemens, Pleidger, Alfa-laval, GEA Westfalia, Schottel. Products have successfully passed many industrial tests including Denison HF-0, Cincinnati P-68/69/70, Eaton Vickers.
     
    Gazpromneft PLUS – professional Technical Service program aimed to ensure reliability and cost-efficiency of ship machinery by optimizing lube performance and reducing equipment’s wearout..
     
    Gazpromneft Ocean – marine lubricants produced by Gazpromneft-Lubricants at its own production sites. Product range includes 15 motor oils for two-stroke and four-stroke engines running at various fuel types. Wide portfolio allows to bunker all vessel types: icebreakers, petrol ships, bulks, ferries, cruise liners etc.
     
    Japan Engine Corporation – a company that produce vessel machineries. The company was established in 2017 as a result of Kobe Diesel and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery merger.




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2020 July 8

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2020 July 7

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