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BREOX TB 150

Excellent lubricity in every application: Breox TB 150 TB
Outstanding performance, minimal friction, excellent thermal and oxidative stability – there are many reasons why the Breox TB 150 product range is ideally suited as a lubricant. Breox TB 150 belongs to the family of synthetic lubricants which are based on polyalkylene glycol (PAG). These are generally used when operating conditions go above and beyond the performance of other synthetic and mineral-based oils.

CAS No.: 9003-11-6
EC No.: 618-355-0

Synonyms:
BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; f98; PEOPO; rc102; PLURONIC; Poloxamer; 75-h-1400; 9003-11-6; poloxalene; poloxalkol; Poloxanlene; pluronicf98; POLYOXALKOL; PEG-PPG-PEG; PLURONICL31; PPG-PEG-PPG; Lutrol? F68; Ploxamer 407; PLURONICL122; POLOXAMER213; PLURONIC31R1; PLURONIC17R1; PLURONIC17RL; PLURONIC F87; PLURONIC L108; PLURONIC L-81; POLOXAMER 124; POLOXAMER 181; POLOXAMER 182; POLOXAMER 184; POLOXAMER 188; POLOXAMER 237; POLOXAMER 331; POLOXAMER 338; POLOXAMER 407; ucon75-h-1400; PLURONIC F-68; UCON50-H-5100; UCON75-H-9500; proxanoltsl-3; Pluronic L 35; Pluronic L 42; Pluronic L 43; Pluronic L 63; Thanol E 4003; Contex W18000; Contex W55000; Lutrol? F 127; Pluronic? 10R5; Pluronic? 17R4; synperonic CAS; PLURONIC F-127; SYNPERONIC P 85; PLURONIC(R) F68; PLURONIC(R) L44; PLURONIC(R) L61; PLURONIC(R) L64; Synperonic P 94; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Poloxamer188407; Symperonic L 61; Contex W series; PoloxaMer Solid; Poloxanlene 182; Pluronic? L-121; Lμtrol? micro 68; Kolliphor? P 407; Pluronic(R) 31R1; Symperonic F 108; Pluronic(R) 10R5; PoloxaMer 124 NF; Poloxalene; Poloxamer 188; POLOXAMER; Pluronic; Poloxalkol; 9003-11-6; Pluronic L 61; Pluronic L-81; Detalan; Pluracare; Therabloat; Tergitol XH; Lutrol F; Adeka Pluronic F 108; Epan 485; Epan 710; Epan 785; Cirrasol ALN-WS; 106392-12-5; Pluronic L44; Polyoxamer 108; Poloxamer 407; Poloxamer-188; Pluronic F 38; Pluronic F108; Pluronic F127; Tergitol nonionic XH; Antarox 17R4; Antarox 25R2; Antarox B 25; Antarox F 68; Antarox F 88; Antarox F 88FL; Antarox L 72; Antarox P 84; Daltocel F 460; Slovanik M-640; Antarox F 108; Antarox P 104; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Antarox SC 138; Emulgen PP 230; Adeka 25R1; Adeka 25R2; Adeka L 61; Dehypon KE 3557; Empilan P 7068; Proxanol; Arcol E 351; D 500 (polyglycol); Polyethylene-polypropylene glycol; Arco Polyol R 2633; Epan 450; Crisvon Assistor SD 14; Pluronic L; Breox BL 19-10; Epan U 108; Proxanol Tsl-3; Pluronic F77; Pluronic F87; Pluronic F88; Pluronic L62; Pluronic L64; Pluronic P65; Pluronic P84; Pluronic P85; Meroxapol 105; Poloxamer 101; Crl 1005; Pluronic P103; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Pluronic P104; Pluronic P105; BASF-L 101; Pluronic L 122; Polyethylene glycol, propoxylated; Ethylene oxide-propylene oxide block polymer; Glycols, polyethylene-polypropylene; BSP 5000; CRL 1605; CRL 8131; CRL 8142; Oxirane, methyl-, polymer with oxirane, block; RC 102; Oxirane, methyl-, polymer with oxirane; Methyloxirane polymer with oxirane block; SK&F 18,667; F 77; F 87; F 88; PEG/PPG-125/30 Copolymer; HSDB 7222; NSC 63908; Polyethylene oxide-polypropylene oxide; Vepoloxamer (USAN); Vepoloxamer [USAN]; Polyoxyethylene-oxy-propylene [French]; Poly(ethylene oxide-co-propylene oxide); Polyoxyethylene - polyoxypropylene copolymer; F-108; Ethylene oxide-propylene oxide block copolymer dipropylene glycol ether; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Ethylene oxide-propylene oxide block copolymer ether with ethylene glycol; Polyoxyethylene - polyoxypropylene block copolymer; alpha-Hydro-omega-hydroxypoly(oxyethylene)(sub a)-poly(oxopropylene)(sub b)-poly(oxyethylene)(sub a) block copolymer; alpha-Hydro-omega-hydroxypoly(oxyethylene)a-poly(oxopropylene)b-poly(oxyethylene)a block copolymer; 75-H-1400; C10H22O3; 2-methyloxirane; oxirane; Poloxamer [USAN:INN:BAN]; Pluracol V; Pluriol PE; component of Casakol; Pluronic L122; Lutrol F (TN); oxirane-propylene oxide; 2-methyloxirane;oxirane; Pluriol PE 6810; PEG-PPG-PEG; ETS9O8IMRZ; UNII-ETS9O8IMRZ; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Eban 710; Epan 750; Epon 420; UNII-66UUC8WX0D; 66UUC8WX0D; Niax 16-46; UNII-199SZS8E2Q; UNII-JP0CK963E0; UNII-P5QZM4T259; SCHEMBL11737; ethylene oxide propylene oxide; Oxirane, polymer with oxirane; UNII-1AZW43116L; UNII-52901V8XAR; Propylene Oxide Ethylene Oxide; TsL 431; ADEKA PLURONIC F-108; 199SZS8E2Q; JP0CK963E0; P5QZM4T259; UNII-68T8I45V23; CHEBI:32026; MST-188; TVM 370; 1AZW43116L; 52901V8XAR; Peg/ppg-24/34 triblock copolymer; Poloxalene [USAN:USP:INN:BAN]; NSC63908; NSC-63908; WS 661; AKOS015912614; Oxirane, 2-methyl-, polymer with oxirane, ether with 1,2-propanediol (2:1); Oxirane, methyl-, polymer with oxirane, ether with 1,2-propanediol (2:1); BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; 68T8I45V23; DB11451; SK&F-18667; LS-72949; SK & F 18,667; LS-101081; N 480; D01941; D10680; M 90/20; 75H90000; .alpha.-Hydro-.omega.-hydroxypoly(oxyethylene)poly(oxypropylene)poly(oxyethylene) block copolymerPluronic(R) L-31; Pluronic(R) L-35; Pluronic(R) L-81; Pluronic(R) 17R4; Kolliphor? P 188; UCON75-H-380,000; POLOXAMER 181 NF; POLOXAMER 184 NF; Synperonic P 104; synperonic P 123; Polyetherpolyols; PLURONIC PE 6800; PLURONIC(TM) F68; PLURONIC(TM) F87; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; PLURONIC(TM) L44; PLURONIC(TM) L61; PLURONIC(TM) L62; PLURONIC(TM) L64; SYNPERONIC F 108; SYNPERONIC L 121; SYNPERONIC L 122; SYNPERONIC P 105; PLURONIC(TM) L101; PLURONIC(TM) L108; PLURONIC(R) F-127; PLURONIC(TM) F127; SYNPERONIC(R) F68; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; SYNPERONIC(R) L61; SYNPERONIC(R)/L64; Synperonic PE?F68; Synperonic PE?L61; Synperonic PE?L64; Pluronic(R) P-123; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Pluronic(R) L-121; Lμtrol? micro 127; Synperonic? PE/P84; Pluracare F 127 NF; POP/POE condensate; Tergitol (TM) L-81; ICIBLOCKCOPOLYMERA; ICIBLOCKCOPOLYMERB; lubricant50-h-5100; SYNPERONIC(R) F108; Poloxalene (500 mg); Synperonic? PE P105; Synperonic(R) PE/P84; Polyethylene-polypro; Synperonic(R) P 94; SYNPERONIC L61PRACT.; SYNPERONIC F68PRACT.; SYNPERONIC PE(R)/F68; SYNPERONIC PE(R)/L61; synperonic pe(R)/L64; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Synperonic(R) P 85; Synperonic(R) L 121; Synperonic(R) PE/L64; Synperonic(R) L 122; Synperonic(R) PE/L61; Synperonic(R) P 104; PLURONICL31SURFACTANT; PLURONICL64SURFACTANT; SYNPERONIC F108PRACT.; Synperonic(R) PE/F68; Poloxamer Solid (1 g); Lutrol? F-68 solution; Kolliphor? P 407 micro; Kolliphor? P 188 micro; PLURONIC17R1SURFACTANT; 2-methyloxirane oxirane; Poloxamer Liquid (1 mL); Poloxamer(Lutrol-BASF); Synperonic(R) F68 pract.; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Synperonic(R) F108 pract.; Poloxamer 188, micronized; Poloxamer liquid; Poloxamer 407, micronized; Poly(ethyleneglycol)-block; PLURONIC(R) F-127 DETERGENT; Poloxamer 188 solution; Methyloxirane-oxiranepolymer; polyoxyethylene-oxy-propylene; POLY(ETHYLENEPROPYLENE)GLYCOL; POLYOXYPROPYLENEPOLYOXYETHYLENE; Pluronic(R) 10R5, PPG-PEG-PPG; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) L-81; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) L-35; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) L-61; Pluronic(R) 17R4, PPG-PEG-PPG; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) L-64; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) L-31; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) F-68; methyl-oxiranpolymerwithoxirane; PEG-PPG-PEG [average MW (5800)]; Pluronic(R) 31R1, PPG-PEG-PPG; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) P-123; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) F-108; Synperonic(R) PE P105 surfactant; Polymerofmethyloxiraneandoxirane; PEG-PPG-PEG, Pluronic(R) L-121; POLYETHYLENE-POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL; glycols,polyethylene-polypropylene; pluronic F-127 cell culture tested; ETHYLENEOXIDE/PROPYLENEOXIDEPOLYMER; ETHYLENEOXIDE-PROPYLENEOXIDEPOLYMERS; ETHYLENEOXIDE-PROPYLENEOXIDECOPOLYMER; 2-Methyl-oxirane,polyMer with oxirane; EMbedded sections of polyether F-68; PROPYLENEGLYCOL-ETHYLENEOXIDECOPOLYMER; Oxirane, methyl-, polymer with oxirane; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; ETHYLENEOXIDE-PROPYLENEOXIDECOPOLYMERS; PROPYLENEOXIDE-ETHYLENEOXIDECOPOLYMERS; POLY(ETHYLENE OXIDE-B-PROPYLENE OXIDE); POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL-CO-PROPYLENEOXIDE); pluronic F-68 plant cell culture tested; Polymer(ethylene oxide·propylene oxide); glycols,polyethylene-polypropylene,rc102; ETHYLENEOXIDE-PROPYLENEOXIDEBLOCKPOLYMER; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL)-BLOCK-POLY-(PROPYL; POLY(OXYETHYLENE)POLY(OXYPROPYLENE)GLYCOL; POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL-CO-PROPYLENE GLYCOL); Synperonic(R) F 108 surfactant, non-ionic; polyoxypropylene oxyethyleneglycerol ether; Poly(ethylene glycol-ran-propylene glycol); polypropylene/ polyethylene glycol copolymer; POLYOXYPROPYLENE-POLYOXYETHYLENEBLOCKCOPOLYMERS; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; POLYOXYETHYLENE/POLOXYPROPYLENELINEARCOPOLYMERS; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; POLYOXYPROPYLENEPOLYOXYETHYLENE BLOCK COPOLYMER; pluronic F-68 solution (10%) insect*cell culture; polyoxyethylene-polyoxypropylene block copolymer; POLYOXYETHYLENE/POLYOXYPROPYLENELINEARCOPOLYMERS; Pluronic F-127[R] Trade Mark of BASF [PoloxaMer]; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; poly(ethylene glycol)-B-poly(propylene glycol)-B-; poly(propylene glycol)-B-poly(ethylene gly-col)-; Polypropylene-polyethylene glycol: (Pluronic L-81); PLURONIC F-68 SOLUTION (10%) INSECT*CELL CULTURE TE; PLURONIC F-127, PROTEIN GRADEDetergent, 10% Solution; POLYETHYLENE OXIDE-POLYPROPYLENE OXIDE BLOCK COPOLYMER; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; POLYETHYLENEGLYCOL/POLYPROPYLENEGLYCOL,MIXEDCOPOLYMERS; BLOCK COPOLYMER OF POLYETHYLENE AND POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL; PluronicF-68,Polyoxyethylene-polyoxypropylene block copolymer; Oxirane, 2-methyl-, polymer with oxirane, ether with 1,2-propanediol (2:1); POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL)-BLOCK-POLY(PROPYLENE GLYCOL)-BLOCK-POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL); BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL)-B-POLY(PROPYLENE G LYCOL)-B-POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL) MN2900; POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL)-B-POLY(PROPYLENE G LYCOL)-B-POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL) MN5800; POLY(PROPYLENE GLYCOL)-BLOCK-POLY(ETHYLENE GLYCOL)-BLOCK-POLY(PROPYLENE GLYCOL); POLY(PROPYLENE GLYCOL)-B-POLY(ETHYLENE G LY-COL)-B-POLY(PROPYLENE GLYCOL) MN 330; Poly(ethylene glycol)-block-poly(propylene glycol)-block-poly(ethylene glycol) average Mn ~1,100; Poly(ethylene glycol)-block-poly(propylene glycol)-block-poly(ethylene glycol) average Mn ~1,900; 75-H-1400; Bloat guard; BSP 5000; Ethylene oxide, propylene oxide block polymer; HSDB 7222; Lutrol F; MST-188; NSC 63908; Pluracare; Pluronic; Poloxalene; Poloxamer; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; Poloxamer-188; Polyethylene glycol, propoxylated; Polyethylene-polypropylene glycol; Polyoxyethylene-oxy-propylene; Polyoxyethylene-oxy-propylene [French]; Proxanol Tsl-3; RC 102; SK&F 18,667; SKF 18667; Therabloat; UNII-199SZS8E2Q; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150; UNII-1AZW43116L; UNII-52901V8XAR; UNII-66UUC8WX0D; UNII-68T8I45V23; UNII-ETS9O8IMRZ; UNII-JP0CK963E0; UNII-P5QZM4T259; Vepoloxamer; BREOX TB 150; breox tb 150

BREOX TB 150

Chemical Description:
Polyalklylene glycol high viscosity

Excellent lubricity in every application: Breox TB 150 TB
Outstanding performance, minimal friction, excellent thermal and oxidative stability – there are many reasons why the Breox TB 150 product range is ideally suited as a lubricant. Breox TB 150 belongs to the family of synthetic lubricants which are based on polyalkylene glycol (PAG). These are generally used when operating conditions go above and beyond the performance of other synthetic and mineral-based oils. These polyalkylene glycol-based oils ensure that processes run smoothly at all types of industrial plants. An important factor, among others, is the viscosity the lubricants have. With Breox TB 150 TB 120/150/195, BTC offers a range of water-soluble PAGs featuring various viscosity levels. “The Breox TB 150 TB series comprises the water-soluble products made from Breox TB 150 75W. Formulators thus save one step in the process and the products are easier to use,” says Gabriele Möller, Head of Business Management Europe at BTC for the Fuel & Lubricant Solutions division. 

Sustainable and biostable 
Using base oils from the Breox TB 150 series allows formulators to produce their own specific end products. Proven applications include the use as a thickening agent in fire-resistant hydraulic fluids: The Breox TB 150 types TB 120/150/195 all display excellent thickening properties, they are very effective when it comes to corrosion protection and they reduce the risk of fire. However, above all, the oil is particularly compatible for use with hoses and seals, which in turn reduces the risk of wear. “Lubricants with Breox TB 150 are very stable and thus do not have to be replaced as often as conventional ones,” says Möller. “This provides the oils with a very high degree of sustainability, especially since they are also biostable.”

Use as a polymer in hardening agents 
Another possible application: Breox TB 150 TB 120/150/195 is also suited for use as a polymer in hardening agents, hence for surface treatment, for example in metal processing. This is where Breox TB 150 lubricants can make the best of their water solubility. By increasing or decreasing the concentration, the ideal formulation for any type of application can be created. “Breox TB 150 provides the end product with excellent lubricity in all of these cases, in every concentration and different viscosities,” Möller summarises.

Additional information
The following products are included in the Breox TB 150 TB series:

Breox TB 150 TB 120
60% water-soluble solution of Breox 75 W 55000
viscosity of 2,600 mm²/s at 40°C 
Breox TB 150 TB 150
60% water-soluble solution of Breox 75 W 18000
viscosity of 2,850 mm²/s at 40°C
Breox TB 150 TB 195
60% water-soluble solution of Breox 75 W 18000
viscosity of 850 mm²/s at 40°C

The BREOX B-Series includes a range of mono-initiated propylene oxide homopolymers 
manufactured to have a viscosity range from 15 to 335 cSt at 40ºC. 
These products are widely used in the manufacture and formulation of various water insoluble lubricants such as

Gear and calender lubricants 
Compressor lubricants 
Formulations for metal working 
Textile lubricants

Product information from BASF.
The BASF range of polyalkylene glycols are marketed under the Breox TB 150, Plurasafe® and Pluracol® brands. The range includes both linear and branched polymers of alkylene oxide. 

Breox TB 150 high-viscosity PAGs are linear random polymers of EO and PO while the Pluracol® high-viscosity PAGs are branched random polymers of EO and PO.

Base stocks with kinematic viscosities at 40°C from 270 to 65,000 cSt are available. The high viscosity and low volatility of these products make them suitable for high-temperature lubrication. Applications include the formulation of water-based fire resistant hydraulic fluids and quenchants. Aqueous solutions of Breox TB 150 and Pluracol® high viscosity PAGs are available for ease of handling under the Breox TB 150 series.

Polyalkylene Glycols (PAGs)

Polyalkylene glycol base stocks are used in many lubricant applications including gear oils, fire resistant hydraulic fluids, compressor oils,  quenchants, metalworking fluids, aluminum processing fluids, chain and textile lubricants. Their high thermal and oxidative stability, excellent lubricity, high film strength / load capacity, anti-wear properties, micropitting resistance, and shear stability make them an ideal choice as base stock for formulating high-performance industrial lubricants.

The BASF range of polyalkylene glycols are marketed under the Breox TB 150, Plurasafe® and Pluracol® brands. The range includes both linear and branched polymers of alkylene oxide. 

Chemical Description:
Polyalklylene glycol high viscosity

Excellent lubricity in every application: Breox TB 150 TB
Outstanding performance, minimal friction, excellent thermal and oxidative stability – there are many reasons why the Breox TB 150 product range is ideally suited as a lubricant. Breox TB 150 belongs to the family of synthetic lubricants which are based on polyalkylene glycol (PAG). These are generally used when operating conditions go above and beyond the performance of other synthetic and mineral-based oils. These polyalkylene glycol-based oils ensure that processes run smoothly at all types of industrial plants. An important factor, among others, is the viscosity the lubricants have. With Breox TB 150 TB 120/150/195, BTC offers a range of water-soluble PAGs featuring various viscosity levels. “The Breox TB 150 TB series comprises the water-soluble products made from Breox TB 150 75W. Formulators thus save one step in the process and the products are easier to use,” says Gabriele Möller, Head of Business Management Europe at BTC for the Fuel & Lubricant Solutions division. 

Sustainable and biostable 
Using base oils from the Breox TB 150 series allows formulators to produce their own specific end products. Proven applications include the use as a thickening agent in fire-resistant hydraulic fluids: The Breox TB 150 types TB 120/150/195 all display excellent thickening properties, they are very effective when it comes to corrosion protection and they reduce the risk of fire. However, above all, the oil is particularly compatible for use with hoses and seals, which in turn reduces the risk of wear. “Lubricants with Breox TB 150 are very stable and thus do not have to be replaced as often as conventional ones,” says Möller. “This provides the oils with a very high degree of sustainability, especially since they are also biostable.”

Use as a polymer in hardening agents 
Another possible application: Breox TB 150 TB 120/150/195 is also suited for use as a polymer in hardening agents, hence for surface treatment, for example in metal processing. This is where Breox TB 150 lubricants can make the best of their water solubility. By increasing or decreasing the concentration, the ideal formulation for any type of application can be created. “Breox TB 150 provides the end product with excellent lubricity in all of these cases, in every concentration and different viscosities,” Möller summarises.

Additional information
The following products are included in the Breox TB 150 TB series:

Breox TB 150 TB 120
60% water-soluble solution of Breox 75 W 55000
viscosity of 2,600 mm²/s at 40°C 
Breox TB 150 TB 150
60% water-soluble solution of Breox 75 W 18000
viscosity of 2,850 mm²/s at 40°C
Breox TB 150 TB 195
60% water-soluble solution of Breox 75 W 18000
viscosity of 850 mm²/s at 40°C

The BREOX B-Series includes a range of mono-initiated propylene oxide homopolymers 
manufactured to have a viscosity range from 15 to 335 cSt at 40ºC. 
These products are widely used in the manufacture and formulation of various water insoluble lubricants such as

Gear and calender lubricants 
Compressor lubricants 
Formulations for metal working 
Textile lubricants

Product information from BASF.
The BASF range of polyalkylene glycols are marketed under the Breox TB 150, Plurasafe® and Pluracol® brands. The range includes both linear and branched polymers of alkylene oxide. 

Breox TB 150 high-viscosity PAGs are linear random polymers of EO and PO while the Pluracol® high-viscosity PAGs are branched random polymers of EO and PO.

Base stocks with kinematic viscosities at 40°C from 270 to 65,000 cSt are available. The high viscosity and low volatility of these products make them suitable for high-temperature lubrication. Applications include the formulation of water-based fire resistant hydraulic fluids and quenchants. Aqueous solutions of Breox TB 150 and Pluracol® high viscosity PAGs are available for ease of handling under the Breox TB 150 series.

Polyalkylene Glycols (PAGs)

Polyalkylene glycol base stocks are used in many lubricant applications including gear oils, fire resistant hydraulic fluids, compressor oils,  quenchants, metalworking fluids, aluminum processing fluids, chain and textile lubricants. Their high thermal and oxidative stability, excellent lubricity, high film strength / load capacity, anti-wear properties, micropitting resistance, and shear stability make them an ideal choice as base stock for formulating high-performance industrial lubricants.

The BASF range of polyalkylene glycols are marketed under the Breox TB 150, Plurasafe® and Pluracol® brands. The range includes both linear and branched polymers of alkylene oxide. 

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