Lubricant Additives

Lubricant Additives

Lubricant Additives are safe for incidental food contact.

With ability to handle temperature extremes, high loading, and high speeds, 4300FG series of lubricant additives complies with CFR 21 Section 178.3570 guidelines for NSF HX-1 registration. Components include tackifier and thickener, antioxidants, and corrosion inhibitors. Allowing lube manufacturer to develop products for diverse applications, additive packages are designed to be used in...

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Lubricant Additives

Low-Ash Additive benefits stationary gas engine oils.

LubrizolÂ-® 6885A offers deposit control and thermal oxidative stability with minimal oxidation and nitration. It provides corrosion resistance and protects against cylinder and piston scuffing and valve seat wear, helping to extend engine life. Product offers universal applicability in Group I and II oils. Treat rate is 9.37% by weight.

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Lubricant Additives

Engineered Lubricants work on wood-plastic composites.

STRUKTOLÂ-® TPW 104 is designed for use in polyolefin compounds, whereas TPW 113 is designed for use in polyolefin-wood composites where formulation contains reactive chemical coupling agents. Suited for use in polyolefin and styrenic compounds, TPW 101 general-purpose lubricant blend improves pigment and filler dispersion and eliminates edge tearing. TPW 012 combines internal and external...

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Specialty Fluids suit metalworking and metalforming.
Lubricant Additives

Specialty Fluids suit metalworking and metalforming.

Signature line includes: OAKFLO(TM) fluids for machine tools and metalworking; OAKFORM(TM) stamping and drawing fluids for metalforming applications; OAKWASH(TM) aqueous cleaners for in-line spray washers, vibratory and deburring systems, and general maintenance cleaners; OAKTEC(TM) corrosion inhibitors, available in solvents, oil, and synthetics; and OAKSPEC(TM) specialty fluids and lubricants.

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