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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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Do You Know?

Petroleum = Rock Oil

The word petroleum comes from the Greek word “petros” and the Latin word “oleum” meaning “rock” and “oil”. Before “petroleum” was coined by German mineralogist Georg Bauer in 1556, people simply called it “rock oil.”

Indeed, the Chinese, who had drilled the world’s first oil well in 347 AD (a 800 feet or 240 m deep pit using bits attached to bamboo poles), called it – and still calls it – shi you, which literally means rock oil.