Transformer oils

Looking after the grid

Operating 72,000 km of high voltage electricity lines is no small task, and high-quality transformer oils are vital for success.

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Bitumen for paving

Bitumen matters No. 2

Bitumen Matters continues its journey around Europe to take a closer look at a few more interesting projects. 

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Nynas History

Celebrating 90 Years

In 2018, Nynas turns 90. It is an exciting history of how a small Swedish oil company was transformed into a leading international operator.

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Latest updates

  • 21/03/2018 11:14

    Employing an advanced analysis method, Nynas researchers are starting to unmask the chemical structure of bitumen. Xiaohu Lu explains how TOF-SIMS is used to analyse the surface structure of bitumen.

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  • 15/03/2018 11:11

    Interested in maintenance, modernisation, adaptation of roads & streets for tomorrow's mobility? Come see us at the PPRS (Pavement Preservation & Recycling Summit), 26th -28th March in Nice.

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  • 28/02/2018 20:15

    Thanks to a supply network that spans the world, Nynas is able to meet the market’s stringent requirements for service, quality and reliability.

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  • 23/02/2018 08:00

    Nynas increased its sales volumes by 5 per cent in the fourth quarter and by 7 per cent for the full year, compared to 2016. The operating result for the quarter (EBITDA) amounted to SEK 396 million (44) and for the full year to SEK 1,218 million (1,009).

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  • 22/02/2018 10:36

    NYFROST™ is a range of naphthenic oils developed to lubricate the compressors of ammonia-based refrigerators for uses such as industrial ice-making, cold storage in vending machines and transportation, and small residential condensing units.

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  • 15/02/2018 13:47

    Nynas will be represented at the Tire Technology Expo in Hanover. It is an excellent opportunity to show off the company’s environmentally adapted product range and to make important contacts.

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