BioLube CS-3W

Cement Shield

BioLube CS-3W is a readily biodegradable, high-performance release agent made from natural base oils and esters preventing asphalt and more from bonding to surfaces.

  • Agriculture
  • Construction Equipment
  • Energy
  • Government
  • Marine
  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • Wood Products

Features and Certifications Include:

eSyn Certified
  • High Flash Point
  • Readily Biodegradable
  • Worker-Friendly

Product Description:

BioLube CS-3W is a readily biodegradable, high-performance release agent formulated from natural base oils and esters. It is very effective at preventing asphalt, cement, grout, mortar, and concrete from bonding to any surface. A light spray of BioLube CS-3W forms a thin barrier shield allowing for easy removal of these substances, even when they have hardened. BioLube CS-3W does not react with or stain metals, plastics, or paint finishes, making it a better choice than acid-based cleaning chemicals. It is also suitable for use as a lubricant for hammer unions and many pumps.

BioLube CS-3W is formulated featuring our proprietary eSynTM technology.

Key Attributes/Approvals

  • Forms a protective surface shield – reduces clean up time and expense
  • Does not react with paint finishes – no negative effect on equipment appearance
  • Economical – one coat may last for two or more uses
  • Multi-functional – may be used as a lubricant in some pumps and on most connections
  • Readily Biodegradable, Minimally Toxic
  • Worker friendly – does not irritate skin, no unpleasant fumes
  • High flash point – increased safety
  • Easy to apply – save on labor and clean up expense
  • Asphalt Paving – prevents hardened asphalt from bonding to equipment and tools
  • Construction – grout and cement mixers, boom pump trucks, batch plants, drill rigs, tools
  • Oilfield – cement truck mixing tub and adjacent surfaces, oil-lubricated pumps, hammer unions

Use BioLube CS-3W anywhere an effective barrier fluid product is required.

See the product Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for emergency, proper handling, and disposal information.