Base Oils

Base oils are used to manufacture products including lubricating greases, motor oil and metal processing fluids.

Lubricating oils are made from base oil mixed with other chemicals (additives) to improve its properties.

Engine oil is used to lubricate moving engine parts, reduce friction, protect against wear, and remove contaminants. Moreover, it can acts as a cleaning, anticorrosive and cooling agent.

Oil additives are chemical compounds that improve the lubricant performance of base oil .

Petronak oil additives help set oil products apart in the marketplace for Engine oil, Marine oil, and Grease.

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Additive

Engine Oil

IT’S MORE THAN JUST OIL

 

IT’S LIQUID ENGINEERING

Additives are under development to improve wear and tear properties of engine components, fuel efficiency and to reduce carbon emissions from cars and commercial vehicles by reducing friction. To prolong the lifetime and maintain the efficiency of exhaust car emission reduction devices, the modern engine oils must contain low sulphate dash, phosphorus and sulfur.

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Engine Oil

MarineOil

Marine Oil

We offer a range of Marine Engine Additive Packages suitable for blending lubricants for applications in cross head engine cylinder/system oils and trunk piston engine oils including cascade system additives and TBN booster packages.

Grease

Grease is a solid or semisolid lubricant formed as a dispersion of thickening agents in a liquid lubricant.

Grease generally consists of a soap emulsified with mineral or vegetable oil.

In chemical product design problems, there may be cases where all the desired properties cannot be met by a single component molecule. In such cases, the design of blend of chemicals would be an ideal solution.

the main purpose of designing mixtures is that mixtures have the potential for giving a good mix of target properties, which is unattainable by individual chemical components. Generally, mixtures contain one (or more) liquid chemical as the

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