Polyalphaolefins (PAO)

Synthetic hydrocarbon base fluid for use in fully and partially synthetic, premium, long-drain lubricating oils, industrial oils, hydraulic oils, transmission fluids, or heat transfer fluids. PAO provides unprecedented versatility to formulate a wide range of lubricants that improves shear stability for durability, higher viscosity index for low and high temperatures performances, and lower pour point for increased flow in cold environments.

Synthetic Base Stock containing no sulfur, phosphorus or metals offering good thermal stability.

Available Viscosity grades range from 2 to 100 cSt.

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Ancient Uses of Petroleum

Humans have been using petroleum products for a long time. Asphalt was used in ancient Babylon as mortar for buildings and for waterproofing ships. Tar was first used in 8th century Baghdad to pave roads. Crude forms of kerosene was used to light lamps.

During the reign of the Byzantine Empire, greek fire – an incendiary weapon which exact formula was long lost to history but thought to contain various petroleum products – was a formidable weapon because pouring water on it only intensified its flame.