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October 24, 2012 - Using premium base stock and advanced additive packages, Synthetic Lube provides moisture displacement technology to penetrate rust, dirt, and corrosion. Additive package includes tenacious adhesive component that ensures lube will stay where it is sprayed, while rapid evaporation carrier agent leaves tacky film that prevents runoff and flinging from moving surfaces. Harmless to plastic and rubber surfaces, lube is suited for latches, hinges, chains, cables, linkages, and exposed sprockets/gears.

Shrader Chemical Announces Development of New Synthetic Lube

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Shrader Chemical
2316 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY, 14216

Press release date: October 23, 2012

Buffalo, N.Y. – Shrader Chemical, for more than 50 years a leader and pioneer in the development of product formulations for private brand chemicals and lubricants, is proud to announce the addition of its new and improved synthetic lube.

Shrader, North America’s largest producer of OEM-approved service chemicals, has created a superior lube that will surpass the highest expectations of today’s professional installer and service technician.

Using premium base stock and advanced additive packages, Shrader Chemical’s new lube provides exceptional penetrating qualities and moisture displacement technology to penetrate rust, dirt and corrosion.

The advanced additive package also includes a tenacious adhesive component that ensures the lube will stay where it is sprayed for long lasting lubrication and protection against rust and oxidation.

Another terrific feature of Shrader’s synthetic lube is that it’s been formulated to withstand extreme pressure, and has improved low and high temperature characteristics.

Shrader’s rapid evaporation carrier agent leaves a tacky film that is almost dry to the touch; this prevents runoff and flinging from moving surfaces while reducing dust and contamination pickup.

The lube is also water resistant, provided dielectric protection, and won’t harm plastic or rubber surfaces.

This new lube from Shrader is ideal for latches, hinges, sliding surfaces, chains, cables, linkages, sliders, conveyers, or exposed sprockets and gears.

The new synthetic lube is just one of the hundreds of products offered by Shrader, a company with global reach, founded in 1955, that has a vision “to continue our evolution as a truly unique company that can offer its customers a combination of quality products and services not available anywhere else in the world.”

Shrader’s product line includes performance-enhancing oil and fuel additives, heavy-duty cleaners and de-greasers, oil and grease lubricants, and appearance and cooling systems products.

For more information on Shrader’s new synthetic lube or any of its other products, please visit their website at, or call 1-800-201-9486.
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