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What are Lubricants?

Lubricants are oil based substances that help reduce friction and minimise direct metal to metal contact. Containing several types of additives lubricants help reduce machinery and engine corrosion providing a longer lasting performance. Here are some examples of lubricants that are used throughout the UK:

  • Engine Oil
  • Semi Synthetic Engine Oil
  • Automotive Lubricants
  • 15w/40
  • 10w/40
  • Fully Synthetic Oil
  • Semi Synthetic oil
  • Fully Synthetic Engine Oil
  • Engine Oils
  • 5w/30
  • 5w/40
  • SAE 10
  • SAE 20
  • SAE 30
  • Transmission Oils
  • Gear Oils
  • 80w/90
  • SAE 90
  • SUTO (Super Universal Tractor Oil)
  • SUTO 10w/30
  • SUTO 15w/30
  • Hydraulic Oil
  • Hydraulic 32
  • Hydraulic 46
  • Hydraulic 68
  • Grease
  • Grease Cartridges
  • Grease Kegs
  • EP2 Grease
  • Lithium Grease
  • Moly Grease
  • Complex Grease
  • Complex EP2
  • Traffic Film Remover
  • Long Drain Oil
  • Long Drain Engine Oil
  • Antifreeze
  • Mineral Oil
  • Base Oils
  • Solvent 150
  • Solvent 180

Synthetic oil is a product that acts similarly to lubricants and can act as a substitute, however it has properties which are mechanically and chemically superior to traditional mineral oils. This product is able to operate at extreme temperatures and is commonly used in aircraft turbines. Semi-synthetic oils are so called as they contain blends of mineral oil and 30% less synthetic oils.

Hydraulic fluids comprise either a mineral base oil or water base oil and are commonly called hydraulic oils. Hydraulic oils are used in a range of equipment such as brakes, power steering systems, backhoes, garbage trucks, aircraft flight control systems, industrial machinery, excavators and garbage trucks.

Gear oils are produced for products to use in transmissions, differentials and transfer cases and is commonly known as motor oils. With high viscosity levels the gear oil is able to lubricate the gear train providing it extra long lasting protection. If you need more information on lubricants or require lubricant or supplier prices then visit our lubricants prices page or our lubricant supplier pages.

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