LanoPro in Ocean Wind
LanoPro play a small but vital part in Ocean Wind projects,
supplying state-of-the-art HEAVY DUTY grease range for
Jacking - Lifting - Preserving. Environmentally certified product range
2006 - 2021
We are celebrating 15 years in business staying in the forefront
of sustainable and environmentally adapted
HEAVY DUTY lubricants
Fast and effective lubrication of wire ropes!
Single person operation
Increase wire rope life up to 300%
Grease p to 2000M of rope per hour
3 Lubricator sizes from 6mm to 165mm
Jack Up Grease
Very low water wash out
Superb Mechanical Stability
Excellent Load Carrying Capacity
Highest Environmental Standards
VGP / EAL Compliance
OSPAR / HOCNF
Viper Wire Lubricator
Fast and effective lubrication of wire ropes with a diameter between 6mm to 67mm. The Viper Mid MKII lubricates ropes at up to 2000m/h. Increases the life of wire ropes by up to 300% compared to manual lubrication.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Bio and Environmental Q&A
Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EALs) are defined as biodegradable, non-bioaccumulative and minimally harmful for aquatic environment (like fish, seaweeds …). EAL products must be used on equipment with oil-to-sea interfaces unless technically infeasible and are mandatory in United States waters since 2013.
Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EALs) have a lower environmental footprint and are an alternative to mineral-based lubricants. Ships using EALs are able to comply with various legislative requirements including the US Environmental Protection Agency’s and obtain a 2013 Vessel General Permit (VGP).
The VGP is a National Pollutant Release System (NPDES) Permit that authorizes, on a national basis, incidental discharges to the normal operation of non-military and non-recreational vessels of 79 feet in length and over.
The VGP applies to discharges incidental to the normal operation of all non-recreational vessels of 79 feet or greater in length. In addition, the ballast water discharge provisions also apply to any non-recreational vessel of less than 79 feet or commercial fishing vessel of any size discharging ballast water.
Viper Wire Lubricator Q&A
Yes. Proper lubrication will help prevent deterioration of wire rope due to rust and corrosion. Because most wire ropes fail from the inside, it is critical to ensure the center core receives sufficient lubricant and for that you will need a wire lubricator. We highly recommend the Viper Wire Rope Lubricator that is easy to use.
Most wire ropes fail from the inside, so it is important to make sure that the center core receives sufficient lubricantand then its crucial to use a wire lubricator that will be able to press the grease into the core of the wire. A combination approach in which a penetrating lubricant is used to saturate the core, followed with a coating to seal and protect the outer surface, is recommended.
- Increases the life of wire ropes by up to 300% compared to manual lubrication
- Reduces relubrication time of ropes from several days to several hours compared to manual lubrication
- Safer work environment
- Environmental benefit with less lubricant used and discarded
For other information about the wire lubricator go to this link: Viper Wire Lubricator
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