Sustainable Bio-Blast™ quickly frees frozen parts with no VOCs
HARTVILLE, OHIO — Renewable Lubricants new Bio-Blast Penetrant is a high-performance, fast-acting, biodegradable penetrant that eradicates rust and dirt to quickly free corroded nuts, bolts, and other frozen components quickly. A patented blend of additives and bio-solvents provides a fast-penetrating catalyst that is non-staining to ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Fast capillary wetting action reduces surface tension, freeing up frozen parts quickly. Unlike petroleum solvents, there is no direct loss of the penetrant into the water, soil, or work environment, so Bio-Blast is inherently safer for the environment. This patented non-flammable, non-combustible formulation is safer for the workplace as well. Renewable, non-toxic, OSHA and ISO-1400 compliant Bio-Blast contains no hazardous VOCs, making it ideal for use on nuts/bolts, air tools, rusty chains, jacks, locks dies, linkage cables, wire ropes, hinges, firearms, fishing reels, and more.
Bio-Blast meets the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2013 Vessel General Permit (VGP) guidelines for Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EALs) and is ideal where low toxicity, biodegradability, and non-bioaccumulation properties are required. Penetrates in close tolerances and prevents corrosion
Available in 11-ounce aerosol cans, 12-ounce spray bottles, 1-gallon jugs, 5-gallon pails, 55-gallon drums, and case lots from the Hartville, Ohio factory.
Renewable Lubricants, Inc. began as a research and development company in 1991, developing high performance products that would directly replace petroleum-based products. Starting from a single corn-based engine oil developed in the inventor’s garage, the company now offers more than 250 products and has over 100 worldwide patents. They manufacture their products as environmentally friendly as possible without sacrificing performance. For more information on Renewable Lubricants, Inc., contact Benjamin Garmier at 330.877.9982, or info@RenewableLube.com, or visit www.RenewableLube.com.