• Mobil introduces oil for high-temperature gas and steam turbines
Mobil DTE™ 732 M, a new high-performance gas turbine oil has been approved against Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ (MHI) stringent specification for use in MHI’s range of gas and steam turbines
• Over 300 Additional Wind Turbines Now Running On Mobilgear SH XMP 320
Mobilgear SHC™ XMP 320 is part of the Mobil SHC brand of high-performance synthetic lubricants, which have been formulated to help wind energy companies operating in extreme environments to reduce unscheduled downtime and maximise availability.
About Mobil Industrial Lubricants
The team behind Mobil Industrial Lubricants delivers advanced products to major industrial equipment manufacturers to protect their customers’ engines and machinery, helping to enable peak performance while improving energy efficiency. This dedicated global organization focuses on delivering a reliable supply of high-quality lubricants through its strong distribution network while also providing technical application expertise to customers around the world.
For more information, visit www.mobilindustrial.com
Mobil Pegasus gas engine oils help keep the world’s largest biogas plant running smoothly, as customers testify in this video case study.
The high-performance range of lubricants plays a key role at the Klarsee BioEnergie Park in Penkun, Germany. The park is at the cutting edge of bioenergy, processing 1,000 tons of corn a day from local farms to power over 40,000 households.
ExxonMobil teamed up with engine manufacturer GE Jenbacher to ensure the plant’s forty 500kW gas engines can perform at their peak with minimum downtime. The ExxonMobil team identified specialist Mobil Pegasus lubricants to protect each component from wear and corrosion, as well as providing Signum, used oil analysis, to help the plant to improve its maintenance more efficiently by reducing unscheduled downtime.
The Mobil Pegasus line has been evolving over 40 years to optimise productivity and efficiency across a range of engine technologies including the latest stationary natural gas engines. This video case study is just one example of the range in action.
Mobil Pegasus SR - Product development and test program for aggressive gas engines
Mobil Industrial Lubricants tests Mobil Pegasus SR gas engine oil for aggressive gas engines
Find out more details on the product development and test results, click here
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