Anderol launches new screw compressor lubricant

By Keefe Borden29 April 2021

Anderol SYNcom (FG) HiPerf 46 is a high performance screw compressor lubricant.

Anderol B.V. has launched a new synthetic compressor lubricant with long-life properties. Anderol SYNcom (FG) HiPerf 46  is a high-performance screw compressor lubricant specially formulated to last a full maintenance cycle, the company said.

Along with its long-life properties, the lubricant has been developed to provide low deposit formation, outstanding oxidation and thermal stability, and low evaporation, fast water separation and copper and steel protection.

“Equipment can operate for much longer without interruption with Anderol SYNcom (FG) HiPerf 46, which means reduced maintenance requirements and enhanced productivity,” said Ingrid Ooms, global technical manager at Anderol.

Anderol works in partnership with its original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to meet the needs of compressor equipment and lessen environmental impact, she said.

Anderol B.V., the European producer of Anderol products, is a wholly owned subsidiary of specialty chemicals company LANXESS, a global independent solutions provider for the lubricants market.

The Anderol product line consists of 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 (USA) and Asia (China).

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