Renewable Lubricants unveils environmentally friendly new release

U.S.-based Renewable Lubricants is presenting its ultimately biodegradable Bio-Air Tool Lubricants.

These lubricants have better natural lubricity than petroleum-based oils but are safer for employees and the environment. Because they are bio-based, there is no danger of polluting the air, water, soil or work environment with spilled lubricant.

“Unlike petroleum-based products, should a leak occur, operators can simply wipe it up and throw away the towels or rags – no reporting is required, nor is expensive disposal. They emulsify water for improved lubricity and corrosion protection in moist conditions,” the company said.

Bio-Air Tool Lubricants can be fed through an airline lubricator or with a squirt directly into the tool through the quick coupling air connection. Available in 22 and 32 weights, they feature low toxicity and super high viscosity index of the HOBS, making them ideal for rotary and reciprocating air tools such as chipping hammers, impact wrenches, air motors, grinders, reamers, drills and more.

Bio-Air Tool Lubricants meet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2013 Vessel General Permit (VGP) guidelines for Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EALs) and should be used where low toxicity, biodegradability, and non-bioaccumulation properties are required. 

In addition to being safer for the environment, they are safer for employees. It exceeds the acute toxicity (LC-50/EC-50{1000 ppm) criteria adopted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. EPA. 

Source: Renewable Lubricants

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