CLEO is designed for use as a subsea production control fluid in both open (discharge to sea) and closed (return) systems.
CLEO has a wide operational temperature range (between -45 °C to 250 °C / 482 °F) and is qualified across a wide range of industry equipment and to industry standards.
CLEO also boasts a massive compatibility dataset in relation to metals and elastomers, making it suitable for both Ultra HP/HT and more conventional subsea projects.
This low viscosity environmental oil demonstrates excellent lubricity/anti-wear, corrosion protection, freeze protection, hydrate protection, stability and all round technical performance.
CLEO is environmentally acceptable for use in OSPARCOM countries, boasting a 'Yellow' status (Norway), an OCNS Class E (UK) and meets GOM toxicity requirements.
Typical Physical Properties
Note these properties are typical for the product but do not constitute a specification.
Wide Temperature Range (-45 °C to 250 °C / 482 °F)
Excellent Lubrication and Anti-wear Properties
Excellent Anti-corrosion Properties
Outstanding Environmental Properties
Yellow / OCNS E for Discharge
Meets toxicity requirements for GOM
Protection Against Vapour Phase Corrosion
Outstanding Long Term Fluid Stability
Extensive Material & Equipment Qualification
Did You Know...
CLEO has been qualified with a very wide range of subsea equipment including DCV's, DHSV's, Steel Line and Thermoplastic Umbilicals.
CLEO has also been tested based on API 17F with several hundred metals/elastomers commonly used in subsea systems.