Clarion Lubricants is dedicated to providing reliable lubrication solutions to industries operating in environmentally sensitive areas. Clarion people, products and services work to enhance the sustainability of your business by helping you manage environmental impact risk* while providing premium lubrication performance.
Clarion Green Lubricants are precisely engineered for service in environmentally sensitive areas such as open water, inland waterways, ports, watersheds and forests. They can be safely used in agriculture, dredging operations, fisheries, tugboats, cargo port operations, logging, mining operations, golf courses, onshore and offshore drilling and subsea robotic systems.
Clarion Green Synthetic Fluids and Clarion Green BIO products are formulated to meet EPA 2013 Vessel General Permit requirements for Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants. The fully synthetic Clarion Green Synthetic Fluids and the high oleic natural ester formulated Clarion Green BIO products offer premium anti-wear protection, rust and corrosion protection, and excellent thermal stability and low temperature properties.
Use Clarion Green Synthetic Fluids and Clarion Green BIO in accordance with equipment manufacturer recommendations. Fluid monitoring through LubeAlert Analysis is recommended to maximize fluid service life. Moisture content should be maintained at less than 500 ppm. Improper system conversion and mixing with other lubricants may affect performance.
All Clarion Green Lubricants are non-toxic to aquatic life per U. S. EPA LC50 test requirements. Products include hydraulic fluids, gear lubricants, and grease. Product choices include readily biodegradable lubricants that comply with the EPA 2013 Vessel General Permit.
All Clarion Lubricants are backed by the Clarion Warranty.
Meets Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant (EAL) requirements of the EPA 2013 Vessel General Permit.
Clarion Lubricants is dedicated to helping you comply with current lubricant guidelines and take proactive steps so that you can quickly adapt to future changes. To learn more, read our Quick Guide to Environmental Lubricants. Better yet, contact us.Environmental Lubricants Compliance