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General

  • 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.

Process

  • Al2O3 and H3PO4/Al2O3 catalysts were investigated in the conversion of oleic acid to biofuels and biolubricant at 1 atm and at 623 K.
  • 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.

Application

  • Biolubricants must be used in priority for all applications where there is an environmental risk.
  • 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.

Market

  • 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.

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