There are more than one reason why we should use only the most appropriate and high quality engine oils in today’s vehicles.
- Prevention of fiction between moving metallic parts
- Act as insulator so that heat generated by moving part will not affect combustion cycle
- Absorbs and suspend all the unwanted by products of combustion
- Minimises oxidation
- Diesel Engine Oil (Premium | Semi-Synthetic | Fully-Synthetic)
- Gasoline Engine Oil (Premium | Semi-Synthetic | Fully-Synthetic)
- 4t Engine Oil (Premium | Semi-Synthetic | Fully-Synthetic)
- 2T Engine Oil
- 2T Outboard Engine Oil
- Marine Engine Oil
Gear oil is designed to protect vital components, including the gears and bearings in the drive axles and differentials, transmissions, industrial gear boxes and power take-off units. Gear oil generally has a higher viscosity for easier distribution and protection through the entire gear set.
GL-1 Gear Oil
These oils are designed primarily for low-use manual transmissions. They usually operate under such low pressure conditions that there are only minimal additives needed. Friction modifiers and extreme pressure additives disqualify an oil from performing in this category.
GL-2 Gear Oil
These gear oils are used for worm-gear type axles, and can have additional additives on top of what is allowed in GL-1 oils. They’re still not allowed to use extreme pressure additives.
GL-3 Gear Oil
These oils are used for manual transmissions where the qualities of a GL-1 or GL-2 oil won’t suffice, but aren’t quite requiring the amount of load that a GL-4 oil can handle. They’re usually used for manual transmissions which are operating under moderate to severe conditions. They have a light extreme pressure effect.
GL-4 Gear Oil
These oils possess a moderate level of extreme pressure additives and are the most commonly used gear oil in the modern world. The majority of transmissions use this kind of oil.
GL-5 Gear Oil
These oils possess a very high level of extreme pressure additives. They’re primarily used with hypoid gears and other extremely loaded systems.
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Automatic transmission fluid (ATF) is a special lubricant used in automatic gearboxes, hydraulic-power-assisted steering systems and in the transfer cases of 4WD systems of cars and trucks.
ATF even provides the connection between the engine and transmission, through a hydraulic coupling called a torque converter. And, when squeezed between the clutches, ATF acts as a 'glue,' providing additional friction and holding capacity to drive the vehicle. So ATF is a very versatile fluid. That's why maintaining that fluid can be so critical to transmission life.
Types of ATF
- Dexron / Mercon / ATF+4
- Multi-Vehicle Synthetic Transmission Fluid.
- Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) Fluid.
- Type F (Ford)
Non-compressible fluid that is used to transfer power within hydraulic machinery and equipment. Hydraulic oils can be classified into different subgroups according to various performance level some are given below
- HL -With active ingredients to increase the corrosion protection and resistance to aging
- HM -With active ingredients to increase the corrosion protection and resistance to aging and to reduce wear due to scoring in the mixed friction area
- HLP- Further active ingredients in addition to HL oil to reduce wear and increase resistance in the mixed friction area – widest application in practice
- Minimises oxidation
- HV and HVLP- Like HLP, but with increased resistance to aging, as well as an improved temperature-viscosity relationship
- HLPD - Like HLP, but with additives to improve particle transport (detergent effect) and dispersion capacity (water carrying capacity) and active ingredients to increase the corrosion protection (German designation, not standardised)
Brake Fluid & Coolant
Types of brake fluids
DOT 3: Usually formulated with a glycol-ether base. It's appropriate for regular vehicles used for typical purposes DOT 4: Very similar to DOT 3 but with additives that increase the minimum boiling points. DOT 4 fluids have a superior dry boiling point, but require more frequent changes. DOT 4 fluids designed for racing or performance cars can significantly exceed the minimum boiling points – they're sometimes referred to as Super DOT 4 fluids. Regular DOT 4 is appropriate for regular vehicles. If it's the specified brake fluid type, the factory replacement interval will take into account DOT 4's increased water absorption rate.
Industrial Applications include
- Air compressors
- Coupling Grease Lubricated
- Pumpjack Gearbox
- Auxilliary equipment
- Heat transfer systems
- Textile Machine Oil
- Mobile equipment
- Metal working
- Natural gas compressors
- Paper machines
- Rust preventives
- Metal working
- Wind turbines
Types of available grease
- NLGI/CALCIUM GREASE MP2 (100% VIRGIN)
- NLGI/CALCIUM GREASE MP3 (100% VIRGIN)
- LITHIUM GREASE MP2 (100% VIRGIN)
- LITHIUM GREASE MP3 (100% VIRGIN)
- LITHIUM GREASE EP2 (100% VIRGIN)
- LITHIUM GREASE EP3 (100% VIRGIN)
- LITHIUM GREASE EP0 (100% VIRGIN)
- LITHIUM GREASE EP 00 (100% VIRGIN)
- CALCIUM RECYCLE GREASE MP3