A more specific type of Olefin is a Poly-Alpha-Olefin (PAO), a Polymer made by polymerizing an Alpha-Olefin. An Alpha-Olefin (or α-olefin) is an Alkene where the Carbon-Carbon double bond starts at the α-carbon atom PAOs are used in many synthetic products such as Lubricants, Greases and Fluids, and have emerged as essential components in many Industries and Applications.
Tricresyl Phosphate, TCP, is an anti-wear additive for lubricants.The product is of excellent intermiscibility, it is a key plasticizing agent for vinyl resin and nitrocellulose; it can be used as the flame retardant for synthetic rubber, polyvinyl chloride,polyester, polyolefin and soft polyurethane foam which enables high polymer to have good anti-wear property, weather resistance, fungus resistance and radiation resistance and proper electric properties, applicable for industries such as cable, flame retardant conveyor belt, paints and rubber industries etc.
It can be also used as the anti-wear additive of the anti-wear hydraulic oil and other kinds of oils and a composition of the anti flame hydraulic oil as well as flame-retardants. Its proposed usage is 0.5 to 3.0%.
IRGALUBE TPPT, Triphenyl Phosphorothionate , is an ashless EP/antiwear Additive for lubricants, it is used for antiwear hydraulic Fluids, Grease, Lubricants with incidental Food Contact, synthetic Lubricants.
Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) is a liquid, colorless daughter product of Ethylene Oxide which originates by adding Water. Mono Ethylene Glycol is used in the automotive Industry as engine coolants, as lubricants for moving parts in cooling Systems.
Di Ethylene Glycol (DEG) is a colorless by-product from Mono Ethylene Glycol and Ethylene Oxide production. DEG is used as a solvent in the printing ink Industry, as a component for hydraulic Liquids and etc.
Furfural is a clear, yellowish liquid with a characteristic odour of Almonds which is obtained as a byproduct from the production of quebracho Extract. The Furfural Refining process is a solvent Extraction process used to remove undesirable components of low lubricating Oil quality naturally present in crude oil distillate and residual stocks and Solvent in the refining of lubrication Oil.
Bleaching Earth is a type of clay mined in Asia, England, India, and the United States. Once obtained from the earth, this mineral-rich substance is processed and used for its absorbing, bleaching, and filtering properties. After industrial use, the Earth must again undergo processing in which it is recycled for reuse or rendered safe for disposal.
The 12-hydroxystearic Acid is prepared by the hydrogenation of Castor Oil. Hydrogenated Castor oil results in a mixture of 12-hydroxystearic Acid and Stearic Acid.
it is used as an activator and internal Grease for natural and synthetic Rubbers. Intermediate, Activator / Accelerator. Ingredient in Lithium Grease and Lithium Complex Grease.
Castor Oil is a non-edible vegetable Oil used as a major raw material to manufacture a wide range of important chemical products with applications in a large number of industries.
Hydrogenated Castor Oil used for Lubricating and manufacturing of greases and cosmetics and the preparation of the heology additives manufacturing of 12-hydroxy Stearic Acid.
LIOH is a technical grade Lithium Monohydrate material optimized for manufacture of lubricating Greases. It is suitable for the manufacture of high quality Lithium & Lithium Complex Greases.
TBN 400 is a general purpose over based Calcium Sulfonate typically used as a detergent and rust inhibitor in crankcase lubricants. TBN 400 is compatible with most mineral base Oils, synthetic base Stocks and bright Stocks. TBN 400 has a strong Acid neutralizing ability, detergency & dispersion Effects and antirust performance as well. It also has excellent stability at high temperature, oil stability, antifoam, hydrolysis stability and water tolerance ability.
Locomotive Oil Packages are heavy-duty, zinc-free, high-dispersancy Diesel Engine Oils. These Packages are recommended for Locomotive or Railroad Diesel Engines, other diesel engines where silver-plated bearings are used, highly-rated Diesel Engines and Diesel 2-Stroke Engines.
Bright Stock or BS is defined as a base Oil at the upper end of the specifications for Grade I base Oils. They are mainly used in lubricant and lubricant additive production. It is a Group I base oil which has undergone solvent refining and dewaxing processes. To finish the refining it was Hydrogen treated to clear out any Impurities.
This is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base Oils are used in producing motor oils, gear oil, lubricants hydraulic oils and greases.
Poly Iso Butylene is a synthetic Hydrocarbon that is manufactured by polymerizing Isobutylene. Poly Iso Butene is used in many versatile applications. Beyond other applications it is an essential raw material in the manufacture of Fuel additives and lubricant Additives.
Pour Point Depressants (PPDs) are designed to lower the temperature at which wax crystals in distillate Fuels start to build up and cause the fuel to thicken.
The Pour Point is the lowest temperature at which a Fuel can maintain its intended fluidity. PPDs enhance distillate Fuel performance in cold Weather, prevent Fuel filter plugging, and allow the Engine to run reliably at lower temperatures. So Pour Point Depressants are added, allowing mineral Oils to function efficiently at low temperatures, while keeping the viscosity benefits of the wax at higher temperatures.
Automatic Transmission Fluids are used in the transmissions of passenger cars, commercial vehicles, off-road trucks, mobile equipment and in non-transmission applications, such as power steering, small hydraulic pumps and farm applications.
For passenger cars and commercial vehicles, OEMs are demanding longer drain intervals and fill- for-life capability. Automatic transmissions are changing in design from 5 to 6 speed and now even 7 speed capability, improving drivability and performance. To Improve Fuel Economy, transmission components are lighter, despite increased engine horsepower. And new fuel-efficient transmissions exhibit higher torque and higher operating temperatures. All these factors are stressing the ATF severely. ATFs must provide fill-for-life capability, improved Fuel Economy, antishudder friction durability, shear stability, low-temperature fluidity and improved oxidation stability.
ATF is the most complex of all lubricating fluids. Not only does it have to reduce friction to prevent wear like all lubricants, but it also has to allow a certain level of friction so clutch materials can engage. Since most OEMs use proprietary frictional materials, virtually every ATF is OEM-specific. In some cases, they're transmission-specific. In addition, ATFs must be compatible with all transmission components, operate at both low and high temperature extremes, and maintain constant performance for extended periods.
Grease additives are developed for industrial, automotive and commercial applications with individual components aimed at specific performance characteristics and multifunctional core packages designed to reduce complexity while maintaining your formulation flexibility. Complete Grease additive portfolio with performance enhancing components and packages simplify formulations.
For passenger cars, trucks and heavy equipment, automotive gear oil performance additive packages focus on friction reduction, heat removal and extreme pressure anti-wear additives to prevent wear, pitting, spalling, scoring, scuffing and other types of distress that can result in equipment failure and downtime. Protection against oxidation, thermal degradation, rust, copper corrosion and foaming also must be provided.
Plus, these automotive gear oils must perform over a wide range of ambient temperatures.
Hydraulic oil additives and packages that will keep engines running cleanly and more consistently. These products can first remove varnish from the hydraulic system and then keep it out. Also, it could help wear protection, thermal stability, rust and corrosion protection, and anti-wear properties that will extend the life of your customers’ oil and systems. These packages meet international standard and the latest requirement of hydraulic equipment standard.
Engine Oil Package for different API performance level (SC/CC,SD/CC, SG/CC, SG/CD, SE/CC, SJ, SL, etc.)
Heavy duty diesel engine oil additives are designed to protect and enhance the performance of heavy duty diesel engines operating over the road or in off-highway applications such as mining and construction. They can be used to formulate lubricants across the full range of engine performance requirements, up to and including the latest American Petroleum Institute (API), Association des Constructeurs Européens d’Automobiles (ACEA), Japan Automobile Manufacturers Society (JAMA) and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specifications. When combined with the pour point depressant, viscosity modifier and supplemental engine oil additives, can deliver unique performance requirements in a wide array of base stocks. Comprehensive product range covering the majority of application needs from cost effective API CF performance up to ACEA E4 and OEM specification long drain applications.
VI improvers are polymeric materials taken from the following technologies: Olefin Copolymers (OCPs), Polyalkylmethacrylates (PAMAs), Poly-iso butylenes (PIBs), Styrene Block Polymers (such as Styrene Isoprene, Styrene Butadiene) and Ethylene Alpha Olefin Copolymers. They are prepared by the polymerization of the appropriate Monomers.
They are added to lubricants to reduce the degree of change in viscosity seen at high and low temperatures. When viscosity improvers are added to low viscosity Oils, they effectively thicken the Oil as temperature increases. This means that the lubricating effect of mineral Oils can be extended across a wider temperature range.