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For more than 40 years, Nynas has provided specialty naphthenic oils for greases, industrial lubricants, and metalworking fluids. High solvency and excellent low-temperature properties make these oils suitable for a wide-range of applications.
Clear and bright in appearance, NYNAS™ T 600 is a highly refined naphthenic oil with a viscosity of approximately 600 cSt at 40 ⁰C, and further extends the range of solutions which Nynas offers globally to the grease and lubricant industry.
Dr. Gaia Franzolin, Nynas Global Marketing Manager Naphthenics, advises that NYNAS T 600 is suitable for all applications where high viscosity and high solvent power are critical, and notes that NYNAS T 600 offers several advantages over paraffinic oils, including excellent low-temperature properties.
The new base oil is an ideal component for lubricating greases, where it improves process economies with a reduction of Lithium soap up to 50%. NYNAS T 600 is also suitable for use in several industrial lubricant formulations, such as gear oil, metal rolling and forming.
“Formulators can also use NYNAS T 600 naphthenic base oil in combination with paraffinic oils to increase viscosity, improve low-temperature performance, and enhance additive solubility as a result of its excellent solvency,” says Dr. Franzolin.
Nynas is committed to providing consistent and high-quality naphthenic oils worldwide, and NYNAS T 600 will be made available in all regions, through its outstanding supply and distribution network.
For more information, please feel free to contact:
Dr. Gaia Franzolin
Global Market Manager Base Oils
Naphthenics Business Unit
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