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Dhaka Sunday,  Feb 17, 2019

Environment-friendly tech introduced

BNO Lubricants has introduced two new technologies—Nynas technology in transformer oil and Nano technology in lubricants—considering the environment and longevity of the engine.

The nano technology is aimed at attaining fuel efficiency and more power, enhancing lifetime, reducing emission in the lubrication system and improving engine performance. The Nynas technology-based transformer oil is basically wax-free and has a good flowing feature at low temperatures and under good heat distribution oil.

The BNO Lubricants, a product of Lub-rref (Bangladesh) Ltd, launched the two technologies at a seminar titled “Environment Friendly and Cost Effective Technology in Lubricants and Power Sector of Bangladesh”, which was held at Pan Pacific Hotel at Sonargaon in the capital yesterday.

Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA) executive chairman Kazi M Aminul Islam, who attended the seminar as chief guest to launch the technologies formally, said the new technologies brought by Lub-rref (Bangladesh) Ltd in lubricants and transformer oil would be environment-friendly.

“Bangladesh has registered a steady growth in the last few years and will be a developed country by 2041. In reaching the developed country status, we need billion dollars investment in infrastructure,” he added. He also said the investment should be made in such a way that there would be less impact on the environment.

Luff-reff (Bangladesh) Ltd managing Mohammed Yousuf, who presided over the seminar, said: “Considering the user’s benefits, we have introduced nano technology. It is more efficient, improves engine performance and reduces fuel consumption up to 5 per cent.”

Nano technology-based lubricant is environment-friendly and the application has less friction and wear, he added.

He further said it also forms a self-repairing protective layer only on interacting surfaces.

The Nynas-based transformer oil, on the other hand, is effective in generating electricity in a sustainable and eco-friendly way, he added.

Yousuf said the electric systems of the future will have to meet the challenge of contributing to a sustainable, reliable and cost-efficient infrastructure. Nynas’ transformer oils are both high-performance and environmentally adapted. They have a low maintenance cost and are 100 per cent recyclable after being used for 50-60 years, he added.

 

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