Chevron Marine Lubricants receives NOLs from MAN Energy Solutions for use of ACOM with Taro cylinder lubricants
Chevron Marine Lubricants' TaroŽ range of cylinder lubricants provide solutions for a range of engines, fuel types and operating requirements.
12 July 2018
Following successful field testing, Chevron Marine Lubricants have been issued with two NOLs (No Objection Letters) from equipment manufacturer MAN Energy Solutions, for the use of three of its Taro® cylinder oils with their cylinder oil mixing system, ACOM.
“Receiving the NOLS from Man Energy Solutions (formerly MAN Diesel & Turbo), demonstrates the impressive performance of our products in the field. The Taro range of cylinder lubricants provides solutions for the varied range of engines, different fuels and the increasingly complex operating requirements that we are faced with. It also highlights our continued strong working relationship with this leading OEM.” said Ian Thurloway, Chevron Marine Lubricants Brand & Marketing Manager.
Both sets of field tests were carried out on a 6S90ME-C8 MAN B&W two-stroke engine using MAN’s Automated Cylinder Oil Mixing (ACOM) system.
The first NOL demonstrates the high performance of Taro Special HT Ultra, a 140BN product that has achieved impressive results helping combat cold corrosion in slow speed vessels burning high sulphur fuel and which Chevron Marine Lubricants was first to market with in 2017, blended with Taro Special HT LF, a 25BN lubricant ideal for low sulphur, distillate and alternative fuel types.
The second NOL allows for blending Taro Special HT 100 (100 BN) and Taro Special HT LF. These successful tests prove that the Taro range of cylinder lubricants can provide maximum flexibility for operators, as well as reliable service for vessels.
Chevron Marine Lubricants, a leading provider of marine products and services, continue to provide reliability and innovation for their customers, being among the first to market with both a 100 BN and 140BN cylinder lubricant, providing a range of cylinder oils suitable for the majority of two-stroke vessels and engine types, compatible with a wide sulphur range of fuels and most alternative bunker fuels.