Plant-based lubricant solutions for a sustainable future
What makes TALs biolubricants special?
All TAL lubricants are plant-based lubricants produced using TALs patented electromagnetic force-field system. TALs carbons come from photosynthesis and the lubricants leave a Carbon-zero footprint. All additives used to create TALs greases, Anti-Seize compounds etc. are bio-based and/ or carbon neutral.
There are no hydrocarbon ingredients in TAL lubricants other than the propellant in the aerosol. This is a very important detail because large companies often produce and sell "Biobased lubricants" that are very toxic because all they have to do to earn a "Biobased" label is have 58% biobased content in their lubricants. Their very own safety data sheets often disclose this fact and provide customers an easy point of comparison vs. TALs safety data sheets.
TALs biobased rating is 93% for Oil and 96% for the Dry Lube. This fact makes TALs portfolio of lubricants unequivocally the best for the environment.
TAL lubricants was founded with the simple vision to lower the level of environmental damage that industrial lubricants cause.
An illustrative example for context -- a typical integrated steel plant with a raw steel production capacity of 4 million tons per uses 1.2 million pounds per month of oils, greases, and hydraulic fluids throughout the plant, off which an estimated 10% enters the environment as air pollution, 9% as water pollution, and 44% as solid waste. Assuming just this steel plant used TAL's plant-based lubricants, our environment would be spared 10+ Million pounds of pollutants every year.
Lubricating oils used in machines with an open cutting system, such as a saw or harvester, are applied in forest areas, gardening, in the household, and in urban greenery, are emitted into the environment in the form of oil mist and micro drops, posing a major threat to the environment.
The routes of penetration of toxic substances from oil mist into the human body are mainly respiratory and skin. Oil mist generated during the operation of the device with the open cutting system gets through the respiratory tract, causing changes in the lungs, but also in the liver, kidneys, adrenal glands, and heart. It is also absorbed by the skin, causing significant health consequences. These include irritant and allergic reactions. People exposed to long-term contact with oil mist emitted during operation of the cutting device show higher incidence of cancer, including, most often, skin cancer. TAL's plant-based lubricants have the potential to greatly mitigate these health risks for people whose jobs require them to work under these environmental conditions.
Thankfully the world's largest institutional investors and shareholders are driving large companies to address their environmental impact. And our customers are taking action!
Lubricant chemistry requires significant additives such as antifungal, anti-bacteria, anti-corrosive etc. properties. This can lead to toxicity and pollutants in many lubricants. TALs force fields and plant-based lubricants provide these protections without additives or pollution. The TAL process produces non-toxic, anti-corrosive, biodegradable oils/grease etc. that do not harm the environment or workers, while being easier to clean and dispose of.
TALs lubricants are comprised of two key base materials - base oil and molybdenum. When treated using TALs patented process, they become outstanding lubricants. These oils stand on their own as outstanding lubricants, and when mixed with biobased ingredients, they produce very high-quality greases, dry lube, Anti-Seizes, progressive die greases etc