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Berp Bio Valve Oil

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SKU:
BERP BIO 1OZ
Weight:
0.16 LBS
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  • Berp Bio Valve Oil
  • Berp Bio Valve Oil
MSRP: $5.99
$4.95
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Description

Berp Bio Oils are one of our favorites here at ACB, the heavier No. 3 oil is our go-to oil for most of the vintage horns at the shop. Sold as single 1oz bottles (or pickup a refill bottle of 8oz!)

A New and Improved Formulation

 

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BerpBioOil presents a new formulation offered in three viscosities: light (1), medium (2), and heavy (3);  1 oz. bottles. This new oil has been developed by the makers of the Berp together with the scientists of Novvi and is made in the USA from sustainably grown sugarcane. Novvi’s mission statement “we grow revolutionary oils and lubricants that protect equipment and our community” fits Berp and Co.’s. commitment to locally produced sustainable products.

  • Non-toxic
  • Petroleum-free
  • Plant Based (Biobased)
  • Contains essential oil that cleans as it lubricates
  • No adverse effect (no calcium build-up) on your valves whether they are nickel-plated, monel-plated, or raw brass .
  • Available in the widest range of viscosities on the market*

Which viscosity will work for you?

Newer instruments generally have tighter clearances and require lighter viscosities. However, lighter viscosities evaporate more quickly (especially in petroleum-based oil). Your choice for the greatest value should be the heaviest weight that allows the valves to move rapidly and consistently for the longest period of time. Speed and endurance.

We will be happy to advise you as to which of our weights is closest to what you are now using, as Novvi scientists have made a comparative analysis of the popular brands. If you have been using our BerpBioOil regular, the new formulation for our #3 oil is exactly the same viscosity. If you have been using the “lite” version of our original oil, its viscosity is 4.2, which is heavier than our #2 and #1 oil. You should also consider buying a sample pack, which offers 1⁄2 oz. versions of all of our weights.

Tips to get the most from BerpBioOil

BerpBioOil works best if you clean your valves before the initial application, though it is not absolutely necessary.

What does “biobased” mean and what are the benefits?

Biobased products as defined by the U.S.Secretary of Agriculture are composed in whole or in significant part, of biological products or renewable materials. They are not petroleum-based, which helps alleviate the consumption of resources that harm the environment. We recommend that people who suffer from asthma and allergic reactions to pollution try these products as an alternative to what they are currently using.

* BerpBioOil offers three viscosities (cSt) with a wider range of weights than any other lubricant on the market to ensure that you will find the right match for your needs:

No.1 light 2.2 cSt

No.2 medium 3.7 cSt

No.3 heavy 5.6 cSt

 

Ready for a refill? Check out the value-sized 8oz bottle which offers a great savings by volume!

 

If you have additional questions send us an email 

Prior to ordering please check our Shipping and Returns policy.

Also note weight indicated in the ad is shipping weight not actual weight of the item.

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9 Reviews

  • 5
    Thanks Guys! Just what my horns were asking for..

    Posted by JEROME JEFFERSON on 16th Oct 2021

    Extremely fast & courteous service!!

  • 5
    Excellent Heavy Oil

    Posted by Andrew Maggard on 22nd Jan 2021

    I’ve been an Al Cass guy for two decades. I needed a heavier oil for my aging trumpet and this worked beautifully. I’ll probably never use another oil as long as this is available. Also using it on my newer flugelhorn and it’s working great there too.

  • 5
    Berp oil;

    Posted by Terry Allen on 5th Jul 2020

    Great stuff. Was recommended to me by Josh. Have bought MPC's also. ACB customer service is 2nd to none! Gonna buy horn(s) from them next.

  • 5
    Berpbiooil

    Posted by James Sedwick on 7th Sep 2019

    I'm using the heaviest oil on my 16 year old Kanstul 1530 cornet; the oil is noticeably heavier compared to other oils I've used, e.g. UltraPure, and is similar to Alisyn valve oil. It appears to work with these older valves. No objectionable odor from Bio oil.

  • 5
    Valve oil

    Posted by Roy Prevette Jr on 28th Jun 2019

    No smell, no stain just works Great and last !!

  • 5
    A leap of faith that paid off!

    Posted by Alex H. on 22nd Jun 2019

    My Bb is getting pretty old, and I had heard about testing a horns compression. I did not like my results, so I sought ideas for a quick fix. I had read about using a thicker oil, so I searched for a quality oil with good reviews. This oil is great! It smells great, is affordable to keep on hand, and works wonders!

  • 5
    Valve oil

    Posted by Roy Prevette Jr on 25th May 2019

    Berp Bio oil for trumpets, one of the best I have ever used and I have tried a lot of oils. No smell or discoloration but leaves the valves buttery smooth. I have 6 different horns I use it on. I have used the #2 & #3 oil, but have not tried the #1 yet.

  • 5
    Love #3 on my vintage horns!

    Posted by Jon Manness on 21st May 2019

    My Conn 22b now has like-new compression! Great oil!

  • 5
    love it

    Posted by dave on 8th Feb 2019

    Have a vintage horn and the heavy Berp rocks!

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