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ExxonMobil Delivers Advanced Protec

Mobil-branded industrial lubricants continue to support the growth of the wind industry November 28, Chennai, India – ExxonMobil Lubricants and Specialties announced today that its flagship Mobilgear SHC XMP 320 high performance gear oil is now being used to protect more than 40,000 wind turbine gearboxes worldwide. This significant milestone demonstrates how advanced industrial lubricants are helping the wind energy industry become more cost competitive worldwide. Mobilgear SHC XMP 320 continues to be a popular lubricant choice for wind turbine operators and manufacturers who wish to extended oil drain intervals, prolong equipment life and maintain operational efficiency. The industry-leading product is an ideal lubricant for gearboxes used to power wind turbines because it exceeds the performance of conventional, mineral-based oils by extending the interval between oil changes from 18 months to three years or more. Mobilgear SHC XMP 320 is the initial-fill gear oil of choice for many of the world’s top wind turbine builders due to its ability to maximise equipment performance and durability. To help wind operators realise the full potential of Mobilgear SHC XMP 320, ExxonMobil offers its signature Signum Oil Analysis programme to monitor the performance of the oil and components on an ongoing basis. It acts as a diagnostic service that highlights critical indicators in used oil based on leading equipment builder specifications, international standards and supported by detailed.

 
     
 
   
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