biooil faqs

Which viscosity will work for you?

Newer instruments generally have tighter clearances and require lighter viscosities. Your choice for the greatest value, speed, and endurance should be the heaviest weight that lets the valves move rapidly and consistently for the longest period of time. Through our website, we can easily advise you about the weight that is closest to what you are using now, thanks to Novvi scientists’ comparative analysis of popular brands. Or consider trying a sample pack of three viscosities.

BerpBioOil offers viscosities (cSt) with a wider range of weights than any other lubricant on the market to ensure that you will find the right match for your needs.

How to get the most from BerpBioOil

BerpBioOil works best if you clean your valves before the initial application, though it is not absolutely necessary.

What does “biobased” mean and what are the benefits?

Biobased products as defined by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture are composed in whole or in significant part, of biological products or renewable materials. They are not petroleum-based, which helps alleviate the consumption of resources that harm the environment. We recommend that people who suffer from asthma and allergic reactions to pollution try these products as an alternative to what they are currently using.

Why should I spend more money to buy this oil instead my usual petroleum or synthetic based valve oil?

First of all, our oil lasts at least three times as long as most of the other oil on the market. The reason it last longer is that it does not evaporate in the same way as petroleum-based oil does. Therefore it will save you money in the long run. Secondly, it is the safest oil on the market. There is no hazard warning on our label. Take a look at the label of the oil you are presently using. Finally, it is biodegradable and sustainable produced, plus it smells quite pleasant.

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