|8 January 2013|
|Free to attend.|
|Approximately one hour.|
|Rodel Dadivas, Product Application Specialist, Shell Global Solutions|
Due to circumstances beyond our control, it is necessary to postpone this webinar. As soon as we have a new date secured we will update the webpage and notify registrants with the updated webcast information.
Shell Lubricants is introducing into the market, a new member to the Mysella range of Gas Engine Lubricants. The new product, named Shell Mysella S5-S, has been especially formulated for gas engines running on all types of biogas, including gas produced from biomass or manure, sewage gas and landfill gas. In this webcast Shell will present findings of the research that has been executed during its development. The paper describes the challenges that different qualities of biogas impose on the engine and the lubricating oil. It describes what properties a lubricating oil for biogas operation should ideally have, and different formulation routes to achieve these. The performance of different candidate formulations is presented in the form of field trial results, where the focus is on:
|Rodel Dadivas Product Application Specialist Shell Global Solutions|
Shell Lubricants was named the number one lubricants supplier (Kline & Company, 2010) and has a 60-year history of innovation. Shell provides the excellent Shell LubeAnalyst oil condition monitoring service, which has a specific package for stationary engine applications to help you improve your business performance. Whatever your needs or application, Shell can provide a full range of oils and greases, including synthetic, high-performance products and additional services.