The Care and Selection of Lubricants for Stationary Gas Engines


Evolving environmental regulations are requiring operators in power generation, oil and gas, and manufacturing to adapt to using cleaner energy while running efficient, profitable plants. As facilities are faced with the challenge of tackling emissions, stationary gas engines are increasingly being turned to for reliable power generation.

To ensure their optimal performance and longevity, selecting the right lubricants and implementing proper maintenance practices is crucial. Factors for the selection and care of lubricants for stationary gas engines include oxidation resistance, regular oil analysis, and consideration of the type of fuel being used.

Key Topics:

  • Benefits of Stationary Gas Engines
  • Factors for Lubricant Selection
  • Consideration of Fuel Type
  • Managing Ash Potential
  • Monitoring Lubricant and Machine Health with Oil Analysis
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