Zaeto launches five environmentally friendly grease and lubricant products for the marine industry
Harmful emissions like NOx and soot often go unnoticed and create a lot of additional harmful pollution for the marine and boating industry
Specialist provider of ‘green’ industrial greases and lubricants, Zaeto has launched its latest range of products, specifically designed and manufactured for the marine industry.
Zaeto’s Marine Range includes five products, all of which will be exclusively distributed by Sea Zone, a new concept chandlery opening multiple stores in the market and backed by a team with history in the region’s marine and specifically boating industry.
The newly-launched Marine Range includes:
• Marine Engine Treatment – a pH neutral product, it is suitable for inboard engines, with improved power shown in dyno testing. Reduction is also shown in engine temperatures and oil degradation.
• Marine 4 Stroke Engine Treatment – reduces heat, friction and noise, and results in improved power leading to improved fuel economy.
• Marine Grease – an extra protective grease that is perfect for areas of high water washout as well as heat (mechanical and environmental). It also protects against hypersalinity and reduces maintenance requirements, with studies showing that re-application is 6-8 times less than regular greases. It is also an environmentally friendly product, containing no heavy metals or 313 toxins.
• Marine Aerosol Lubricant – a pH neutral product that is dedicated to protecting parts, hydraulic sleeves, and unlocking stuck parts.
• Marine Aerosol Grease – suitable for steering lines, hard to reach areas, and winches.
Nicholas Brooks, CEO of Zaeto Middle East, said: “Working with industry professionals like ex-Chief Engineer of the QE2, John Chillingworth, highlights that while IMO2020 is very much focused on reducing sulphur in diesel fuel, Zaeto sees this as a step forward to highlight its abilities in reducing harmful emissions like NOx and soot, which often go unnoticed and create a lot of additional harmful pollution for the marine and boating industry.”