Why should I change to Ecotree biolubricants and how can they
protect the environment?
First and foremost Ecotree lubricants
outperform petroleum-based equivalents on many benchmarks.
They have high flash points, low volatile organic compound
(VOC) emissions and relatively low toxicity. Additionally,
Ecotree lubricants are designed to stop (and even reverse)
the erosion on the world environment. Being biodegradable
and renewable their usage ensures that a major source of pollution
and environment damage is eliminated.
How does my equipment benefit
from using Ecotree Biolubricants?
Ecotree biolubricants possess superior natural lubricity,
the ability to reduce friction, which results in less equipment
wear. It also exhibits excellent oxidation stability resulting
in extended drain intervals and outstanding thermal stability
enables superior wear protection even at extremes of temperature.
Ecotree biolubricants have a naturally high viscosity index
and thus don't thin as readily as petroleum oils in warm temperatures,
thus allowing our lubricants a longer life. Their long life
also results in less maintenance and thus less waste oil.
The extraordinary longer service life of Ecotree Biolubricants
means lower costs for maintenance and downtime. Their outstanding
performance also contributes to problem-free operation, even
under extreme conditions.
Why should I use Ecotree
biolubricants for my two stroke powered equipment?
Mineral oil lubricants used in two stroke powered equipment
such as lawn-mowers, grass cutters, outboard engines, jet
skis and motorcycles release significant quantities of unburned
or partially burnt oil into the environment as the engine
runs, contaminating the surrounding environment or in the
case of marine applications, forming an oily sheen on the
water. On land, these effluents can kill surrounding vegetation
and cause severe environmental damage while in marine applications,
mineral based oils pollute the water and harm aquatic life.
Using synthesised ester technology, Ecotree biolubricants
are formulated from vegetable oil based alternatives that
do not pose these threats to the environment - they significantly
reduce equipment emissions, and any fluids released readily
biodegrades and are low in toxicity.
Are Ecotree biolubricants
more expensive to use than traditional mineral based oils?
No. Because Ecotree biolubricants evaporate more slowly and
adhere better to metal surfaces, end users often use lower
quantities per application. Other cost benefits associated
with biolubricants include reductions in environmental and
safety penalties in the event of spills, and maintenance costs
and disposal fees. Furthermore since Ecotree biolubricants
have a naturally high viscosity index, they don't thin as
readily as petroleum oils in warm temperatures, thus allowing
some lubricants to last longer. They also possess superior
natural lubricity which results in less equipment wear. As
is the case with many plant-based products, once factors such
as these are considered, you will find that Ecotree biolubricants
are extremely cost competitive when compared against traditional
mineral based lubricant usage.