Product Type
LUBECHEM TITANIC 5070 Severe-duty highly-rated Cylinder oil
Trusted protection for low-speed crosshead diesel engines

Lubechem Titanic 5070 is a premium quality, new generation cylinder lubricant, designed with highly refined base oils and unique additive package to provide highest level of performance and protection for highly rated, fuel efficient, low-speed marine diesel engines operating on residual fuels, under higher pressure, higher temperature and longer strokes.

Performance Specifications / Standards
  Approved by all manufacturers of low speed crosshead diesel engines.  
- Recommended for cylinder lubrication of most modern large crosshead type, high output, low speed marine diesel engines used in stationary, railroad and marine propulsion services, burning poor quality residual fuel with sulfur content of upto 4%.
- Also used for the cylinder lubrication of   large trunk piston type engines, burning poor quality high sulfur and asphalt fuel.
Performance Features and Benefits
  • Efficient deposit control on pistons, piston rings, ring grooves, under piston spaces and in cylinder ports ensures long life of moving parts and reduce the need for engine servicing.
  • Outstanding protection against low cylinder and piston ring wear with typical cylinder wear rates below 0.05mm per 1000 hours due to enhanced boundary lubrication properties.
  • High thermal behavior and excellent  oxidation stability.
  • Resistance to the hydrolysis of the additives.
  • Exceptional protection against rust and corrosion.
  • Exceptional acid neutralizing properties help to prolong the components life and keep the engine clean.
Typical Physical Characteristics
Transformer Oil Type  50
Density  @ 15°C, kg/cu.m
Kinematic Viscosity @   40°C, cSt
Kinematic Viscosity @ 100° C, cSt
Viscosity Index
Flash Point,  COC,°C
Pour Point,  °C
TBN, mgm KOH/gm
Sulphated Ash, % wt 
Importnat to note
Please note that due to its high additive content, it is not advisable to mix Lubechem Titanic 5070 with any other cylinder lubricant.