When Should You Use a Polyalkylene Glycol (PAG) Oil?


Our latest installment of Noria Live is all about PAGs. While PAGs have long been used as quenchants, metalworking fluids, and as food-grade and hydraulic or compressor lubricants, they have grown significantly in popularity among turbine system owners as a high-performance synthetic option that resists varnish formation and brings other useful properties as well.

Get the recording now to learn about PAGs and the process for making the switch. The webinar featured subject-matter experts from Shell as well as a live audience Q&A.



Thank you to Shell for sponsoring this educational webinar. Visit Shell.us to learn more about Shell's PAG-based fluid offerings.

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