Houston, TX – Shell Lubricants is expanding their portfolio to provide end-to-end lubrication solutions and service offerings for businesses across key industrial sectors, helping keep equipment operating efficiently. With this business expansion, Shell Lubricants has prioritized its focus on supporting the primary metals and power sectors with the addition of new products to its portfolio.

“Our expanded portfolio allows customers to source Shell Lubricants as their premiere, single supplier to manage all lubricant needs,” said Heather Rogers, industrial sales manager, Shell Lubricants. “Shell Lubricants is persistently moving forward across all of our business sectors to provide customers with a comprehensive end-to-end solution.”

Included in this new portfolio is a substantial selection of more than 130 fluids and greases. Among the key portfolio additions are the Shell EcoSafe® Hydraulic Fluids and Shell EcoSafe® Turbine Fluids. The polyalkylene glycol (PAG)-based fire-resistant fluids are formulated for use in hydraulic and turbine applications. These synthetic products are designed to provide outstanding performance in extreme operating conditions.

“Shell Lubricants is invested in providing the most advanced products to meet the always evolving needs of industrial operations,” said Jim McCormick, vice president of sales, Shell Lubricants. “The addition of the new Shell EcoSafe product line strengthens our industrial product offerings, providing a line of fire-resistant fluids for the primary metals and power sectors.”

Shell EcoSafe PAG-based synthetic lubricants help provide excellent equipment protection, are engineered to work in multiple environments and have been designed with environmental concerns in mind. The highly specialized, water-glycol lubricants are fire-resistant hydraulic fluids designed for use in demanding high-temperature conditions, such as those found at steel mills.

This advanced line of Shell industrial lubricants includes an extended range of compressor fluids, calcium sulfonate greases, biodegradable lubricants, water-glycols, and other synthetic product solutions.

All Shell industrial products are supported by technical experts who help businesses discover more ways to optimize operations and attain the most out of their equipment.

For additional information on these products, please visit Shell Lubricants and Oils For Businesses.



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The term ‘Shell Lubricants’ collectively refers to the companies of Royal Dutch Shell plc that are engaged in the lubricants business. Shell Lubricants companies lead the lubricants industry, supplying more than 13% of global lubricants volume*. The companies manufacture and blend products for use in consumer, heavy industrial and commercial transport applications. The Shell Lubricants portfolio of top-quality brands includes Shell Rotella®, Pennzoil®, Quaker State®, FormulaShell®, Shell TELLUS®, Shell RIMULA®, Shell SPIRAX® and Jiffy Lube®.

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