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Delivering Results

 Risk of engine failure is at its lowest

Simplicity

Suitable for use with fuels ranging from 0.0 to 3.5% sulphur content means only one cylinder oil needs be used onboard. This reduces shore team and crew workloads by avoiding lube oil switchovers; reducing the number of orders; minimizing bunkering operations as well as lowering the risk of human error. Cost savings are also enabled by doing away with the extra storage, stock and equipment needed when dealing with several products.

Efficiency

TALUSIA OPTIMA's outstanding performance allows for a reduced Lube Oil Feed Rate (LOFR) without compromising on engine protection. Depending on engine types and operating conditions, optimizations of up to 30% can be expected. Your Marine Lubricant Engineer can help you achieve these results rapidly, allowing you to make big savings.

Protection

Safety at sea is our shared priority. The outstanding performance and great flexibility of TALUSIA OPTIMA provide ship operators with very high safety margins regardless of the sulphur content of the fuel powering the engines. Risk of engine failure is at its lowest level and wear is greatly reduced. Consequently, savings can be made on maintenance costs by extending overhaul periods.

 

Talusia Optima - Cleanliness in Marine Lube - Part 1

Listen the testimony of Martin Lüthi, field test service engineer for WinGD, talking about cleanliness results, while using Talusia Optima.
 

Talusia Optima - Cleanliness in Marine Lube - Part 2

Discover the conclusions of Damir Lukacic, chief engineer on CMA CGM Corte Real, using Talusia Optima during several running hours on sea.
 

Talusia Optima - Simplicity in Marine Lube - Part 3

Share the views of Damir Lukavik, chief engineer on CMA CGM Corte Real, about how Talusia Optima simplify life on board.
 

Talusia Optima - Simplicity in Marine Lube - Part 4

Conclusions about the use and the results of Talusia Optima : 3 different interviewees : Stuart Fuller, marine engineer in UK for Total Lubmarine, Damir Lukacic, chief engineer on CMA CGM Corte Real, and Martin Lüthi, field test service engineer for WinGD.