Energol CLO 50M is a cylinder oil for lubrication of low speed marine diesel engines burning residual fuels containing sulphur typically in the range 2.5 - 3.5 %. In those situations where trading patterns dictate the use of consistently higher or lower sulphur content fuels alternative cylinder lubricants may be supplied by special prior arrangement, as detailed in the data sheet entitled - Special Cylinder Lubricants.
Main Performance Features
Excellent control of piston ring and cylinder wear.
High level of engine cleanliness.
Excellent thermal/oxidative stability
Extended periods between unit overhauls
Energol CLO 50M is fully approved by major marine crosshead diesel engine builders world-wide
Care and Handling
It is recommended that the mixing of different suppliers' cylinder oils is avoided. In situations where this may not be possible it is recommended that you contact your local BP Marine representative for further advice.
Packaging and Storage
Supplied in bulk and drums of approximately 210 liters. Where outdoor storage is unavoidable, drums should be covered. The drums should be stored in such a way as to ensure they are not damaged and grade markings are not obliterated. They should be positioned horizontally so as to prevent water collecting on drum ends. Ensure drums are tightly re-sealed after use.
Kinematics Viscosity @1000C
Total Base Number (TBN)
Flash Point (PMC)
The above figures are typical of those obtained with normal production tolerances, and do not constitute a specification. Note 1 mm2 s-1 = 1 cSt.
Health, Safety and Environment
Health, safety and environmental information is provided for this product in the Material Safety Data Sheet. This gives details of potential hazards, precautions and First Aid measures, together with environmental effects and disposal of used products. The British Petroleum Company plc or its subsidiaries will not accept liability if the product is used other than in the manner or with the precautions or for the purpose/s specified. Before the product is used other than as directed, advice should be obtained from the local BP office.