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15/03/2018 09:32

Smart energy needs smart transformer oils

By 2030, there will be 8.5 billion of us ...

Dealing with the challenge of an ever-growing population and increasing demands on power grids means finding the best solutions with the lowest total cost of ownership. Not to mention, smart solutions that make the most of renewable energy sources and minimize our impact on the environment.

We'd like to help. At Nynas, we know how to give you the right product to get the most out of your transformer oils. You can start by exploring our range and finding the oil that matches your needs. Or even better, contact us here and together we can work out the best and smartest solution.

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Arctic grade transformer oil to withstand the toughest climate

Nynas has launched an Arctic grade transformer oil that withstands the toughest of climate conditions. It complies with one of the world’s most advancedstandards regulating the use of mineral oils in transformers. The new oil, NYTRO® Polaris GXN, is an example of Nynas’ broad global product range thatmeets practically any regional requirements.

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Securing supply

Nynas is continuously investing in its depots and hubs around the world. By further strengthening the depot network, we can meet our growth requirements while serving our customers with greater flexibility.

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The impact of IMO 2020

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