ExxonMobil helps Enagra Group save a predicted €250,000 over five years
The German biogas engine operator, Enagra Group, was looking to improve the efficiency of its energy generation. ExxonMobil’s engineers suggested a switch to Mobil Pegasus™ 605 Ultra 40, which is specifically designed for use in modern, high performance gas engines. They also recommended Mobil Serv℠ Lubricant Analysis to monitor the oil’s in-service performance.Read more
Engineering Benefit Report: Metagri biogas plant
Mobil Pegasus™ 605 Ultra 40 gas engine oil helped to double oil drain intervals, reduce engine stops and cut maintenance costs at Metagri biogas plant in Italy1. The findings were the result of an optimum drain interval study conducted on the plant’s MWM TCG 2020 V12 engine by ExxonMobil and Arka Lube.
The high performance lubricant helped to deliver:
- €3,840 revenue improvement
- 8 hour reduction in human intervention
- Amount of waste lube generated for disposal reduced by 1,300 litres
1Based on test findings for a single customer (Metagri biogas plant). Actual results can vary depending upon the type of equipment used and its maintenance, operating conditions and environment, and any prior lubricant used.Download
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