Development trends of lubricants in Russia

DOI: 10.32758/2071-5951-2020-0-5-6-18

УДК 621.43:621

Tsvetkov O. N., Maksimov A. L. (Topchievs Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS) E-mail: tsvetkov@ips.ac.ru

Тенденции развития смазочных материалов России

Keywords: base oils, additives, lubricating oils, greases, lubricants, oil science.

Abstract

A brief overview of the state of Russian base oils, additives and lubricants production against the background of the world shows a noticeable progress during the passing decade in the development of new technologies of base oils and lubricants and connects it with the global trend of improving the environmental and economic characteristics of lubricated machines and equipment. During the decade, two oil units with the I-th group of petroleum base oils were decommissioned, at the same time two plants established the production of hydrocracking oils of II and III groups, organized the production of synthetic esters of pentaerythritol and perfluoropolyesters. New motor, transmission, hydraulic, gas turbine, industrial and energy oils have been developed, most of which are marketized. The main trends in the further development of lubricants in Russia are the continuation of the creation of basic oil production units of groups II and III, the commissioning of PAOM production, the expansion of the range and raw material infrastructure of synthetic oils and additives, the rise of the quality of finished lubricants to the international level. Development trends of lubricants in Russia.

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