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  • Biolubricant is a product, other than food or feed, substantially composed of certain biological products, agricultural materials or forestry materials.
  • The term biolubricants applies to all lubricants which are both rapidly biodegradable and nontoxic for humans and aquatic environments.
  • ‘Biolubricants’ are often, but not necessarily, based on vegetable oils.
  • A modified standard oxidation procedure, more suitable for the chemical composition of the biolubricant, has been carried out.
  • Generally Biolubricants prepared with mono-unsaturated fatty acids.
  • Biolubricants must be used in priority for all applications where there is an environmental risk.
  • The main demand for bio-lubricants comes from mobile hydraulic applications.
  • The industry standard for a change over from mineral oil to bio-oil is a 2% maximum contamination with mineral oil /VDM1, ISO1/. Any major contamination may lead to excessive formation of zinc soap and other unwanted by-products, causing foaming, filter clogging, and premature degradation of the fluid.
  • Biolubricants can be used very successfully as concrete release agents.
    Biolubricants can be beneficial to industry due to the fact that they are functionally non toxic and are readily biodegradable.
  • One of the important advantages for crop based lubricants, is the much lower coefficient of friction, which can lead to reduction of energy for almost any equipment which uses biolubricants; energy savings in operation is an attractive benefit.
  • In UK the total hydraulic fluids market amounts to 120,000 tonnes per annum, biolubricants currently account for less than 1% of this market, or less than 1,000 tonnes per annum. The greatest potential for expansion of biolubricants markets is thought to lie with hydraulic fluids.
  • Some industry estimates predict that introduction of eco-labelling and incentives for use of biolubricants could increase uptake by 5%.
  • The United States lags about 10 years behind Scandinavia and Germany in work on biolubricants.
  • For many of the emerging markets for biobased lubricants, the appeal is that the products are kinder to the environment than their petroleum-based counterparts.
  • Lubricants of Minneapolis, Minnesota, the country’s largest producer of biolubricants.
  • As demand for biobased lubricants increases and prices rise, the ratio of the prices of biobased and petroleum-based lubricants would increase if all other factors, such as the cost of producing bio-oils and the price of crude oil, remained constant.
  • The high price of biolubricants  is the main restriction for the development of biolubricants at the current time.
  • The market for soybean oil in lubricants will be driven by a combination of environmental concerns, economics and performance issues.
  • Harmonising the biolubricant Definition
  • Oil Seed Crushing and Bio diesel/Biolubricant
  • Synthetic Bio lubricants

Company Profile & suppliers

  • Company From Sweden
  • Company From Europe
  • Company From Malaysia
  • Company From America
  • Suppliers of Biolubricants
  • Company From USA
  • Company From India
  • Company From US


  • Consultant In USA
  • Consultant In India
  • Biolubricant Expert
  • Consultant In Belgium


  • Annual report of the Government Industry
  • Green Means go
  • Bio-based Oils in Hydraulics – Experiences from Five Years of Market Introduction in Germany
  • One Slick Trick
  • Experiences with the German market Introduction program for biolubricants
  • Biolubricants  technical and market survey
  • Biolubricants
  • Biolubricants Market Data Sheet
  • An Overview on Key Regions, Trends, Suppliers and Leading 


  • Industrial Ecology Applications Biolubricantsin Aluminum Production
  • Biobased Products
  • Biodegradable lubricants
  • Realising the potential of Spent biolubricants as concrete Release agents
  • Biolubricant Protecting the Environment
  • New non food technologies using (un) Saturated & hydroxy functionalised fatty acid
  • The use of Biolubricants manufactured from Renewable Resources
  • Ultimate Performance BioLubricants & Cleaners


  • Bio- Mold Away
  • All-Purpose Food Processing Cleaner / Degreaser
  • Bio-Boat Wash


  • National Ag-Based Lubricants Center
  • Biobased Transformer Coolant Fluid Is Quickly Adopted
  • Western looks into bio-based transformer dielectric fluid
  • Interactive European Network for Industrial Crops and their Applications
  • The Evolution Of Soybean based Transformer oil at waver light & power


  • Realising the economic potential of sustainable resources - bioproducts from non-food crops
  • Trial cultivation of Crambe abyssinica in the open field for biolubricant production.

  • Crop Rotations for Natural Soil Fumigation and Biodiesel Production: Crop Rotations for Natural Soil Fumigation
  • A Review of Oleochemicals Processing Efforts at the University of Nebraska
  • Self-BioFueledTM Trains & Locomotives
  • Bioproducts development and production survey


  • Towards long-life bio-lubricants using advanced design and monitoring tools
  • Food and Industrial Oil Research
  • IBIOLAB Technical Program
  • Implementing the processing of hydraulic biolubricants from rapeseed, sunflower & oleic sunflower
  • Improved oilseed rape cultivars for the biolubricant market
  • Multi-Feedstock Biodiesel Project (in earlier phases titled Cost-Effective Options for Testing of Biodiesel from Low-Cost Feedstocks)
  • Results of Agronomic & weed science research


  • Automated Intelligent system for Lubricant Manufacture Optimization
  • Lubricant Oil Composition
  • Use of rapeseed oil in biolubricants
  • Process to obtain biolubricants and bioparaffins by hydro processing mixtures of wax obtained from renewable resources & waxes of mineral origin
  • Epithelial Remove Tool


  • Using Life Cycle Assessment to Evaluate Biobased Alternatives
  • Usage of Fatty Waste for Production of Biodiesel
  • H3PO4/Al2O3 Catalysts: Characterization and Catalytic Evaluation ofOleic Acid Conversion to Biofuels and Biolubricant
  • Cooling Lubricants
  • New & Used Biolubricants
  • Direct Capture of Products from Bio transformations
  • Biolubricants  &their control  for sustainable development
  • Synthesis of biolubricants with high viscosity and high oxidation stability

Safety & Standards

  • The New Homestead Act: Montanans for Bio-Product Development
  • Biolubricants smooth way to a cleaner environment
  • Safety of biolubricants in electrical
  • Biodiesel
  • Biodegradability Primer

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