Wednesday, 2 December 2015


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SPEC OIL Hydraulic 68 Regen (Group 1)

SPEC OIL Hydraulic 68 is a high quality anti-wear regenerateS hydraulic fluid, designed for use in mobile and stationary high pressure hydraulic systems.

·         Longer equipment life: The special anti-wear additive package reduces wear.
·         Reduced downtime: The rust and oxidation inhibitor system prevents the production of abrasive particles from rust formation and deposits, varnishes and sludges from oil breakdown, which can damage equipment surfaces and seals, and block filters prematurely.
·         Trouble-free operation: Good hydrolytic stability and water separation characteristics provide excellent filterability in the presence of water contamination.
·         Extended oil service life: High oxidation stability resists oil thickening and deposit formation in service, eliminating the need for unscheduled change of hydraulic fluid.

ISO Grade      68

Mm2/s @ 40 C           65.0
Mm2/s @ 100 C         8.6

Viscosity Index            104

Thursday, 19 November 2015



SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic is a DEXTRON lll type automatic transmission fluid intended to satisfy all DEXTRON lll, ll E and D requirements It helps provide a smooth shift and long life in both passenger car and heavy duty automatic transmissions. Also recommended for power steering systems where automatic transmission fluids are recommended.
SPEC OIL Max Synthetic is a fully synthetic automatic transmission fluid with outstanding oxidation and friction stability. It is dyed green/blue for easy identification.

SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic has proved most suitable in severe service applications where high temperatures have reduced transmission life. SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic is recommended where either DEXTRON lll, ll E or ll D fluids are specified. SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic has been shown to reduce automatic transmission fluid temperatures by up to 20 C in severe duty applications.

Typical applications include:
  • Heavy duty automatic transmissions with integral retarders
  • Transmissions retarders
  • Transmissions of vehicles used for towing
  • Racing application
  • Long drain applications
  • Ford A4 LD transmissions in taxis and transit vans

Extended drain interval in heavy duty automatic transmissions:
  • Although SPEC OIL Max Synthetic is compatible with conventional mineral DEXTRON lll or ll fluids, its performance is maximised if it is not mixed with these other ATF’s.
  • Very successfully used in drag racing applications.
  • City and Suburban service 100,000 km or 2 years
  • On-Highway
  • Also recommended for power steering systems and manual transmission applications where DEXTRON lll or ll fluids are specified.

Testing has been carried out in automatic transmissions of busses and passenger cars.
Therefore, this product is suitable for both types of automatic transmissions, in particular cold climates, to improve the shift ability or under hot/severe conditions for bus transmissions to extend the oil drain interval.
SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic is approved by Voith, Mercedes Benz and ZF for commercial vehicle applications.

SPEC OIL Max Synthetic shows outstanding friction durability compared to a wide range of mineral automatic transmission fluids and synthetic automatic transmission fluids.
This means the smooth shift characteristics of SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic are retained much longer than other fluids even under severe operating conditions.
SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic shows excellent cold flow performance, very good anti-wear performance, outstanding friction durability and excellent oxidation stability.

Compared to typical mineral DEXTRON lll type ATF’s SPEC OIL Z Max Synthetic offers the following advantages:
  • Helps prolong seal and bearing life due to good thermal stability – improved transmission life.
  • Better wear control – less noise and longer transmission life.
  • Helps reduce oil temperature in severe applications – improved transmission and oil service life.
  • Low foam – stable gearshift performance when hot.
  • Lower volatility – negligible oil loss at extreme temperatures.
  • Compatible with mineral/conventional automatic transmission fluids.
  • Less disposal cost –longer shift behaviour – more consistent/comfortable shift from cold starts.
  • Outstanding resistance to high temperature oxidation – suitable for severe service.
  • Longer oil drain intervals- lower service costs.
  • Viscosity stability, i.e. less noise when hot – maintains new oil feel and higher performance.
  • Better control of deposits – cleaner transmission – longer life.

  • Voith E 607
  • Allison C4
  • Mercedes-Benz 236.81
  • ZF TE-ML 09, 14, Extended Drain
  • Dextron lll, Dextron ll, Dextron, Tyoe A Suffix A.


Closed Flash Point ( C)
Pour Point ( C)
Below – 60
Viscosity Index
Approx. 170
Density @ 15 C
Approx. 0.836
cP @ - 40 C
Approx. 8400
KV @ 100 C (cSt)
KV @ 40 C (cSt)
SAE Grade

Monday, 9 November 2015

Spec Oil Compressor 32, 46, 68, 100

 Spec Oil Compressor 32, 46, 68 & 100

Spec Oil Compressor Oil is a range of premium quality highly refined virgin paraffinic base oils. They contain a balanced additive system consisting of anti-wear, anti-rust, anti-oxidant and anti-foam additives to give outstanding levels or performance for use in reciprocating air, vane, rotary and piston compressors.

§  Outstanding overall performance
§  Extended service intervals
§  Excellent oxidation resistance
§  Excellent corrosion inhibitors
§  Excellent separation from water (IP19 and D1401)
§  Excellent rust control even after water wash
§  Resistance to sludge formation / filterability
§  Ashless / calsium free

  • Denison HFO, HF-1, HF-2
  • Vickers Eaton I-286-5 Industrial Equipment
  • Vickers Eaton M-2950-85 Mobile Equipment
  • Cincinati Machine P68, P69, P70
  • Bosch Rexroth RE 90, 220
  • DIN 51524 Part I, II and III
  • ISO 11158 Categories HH, HL, HM and HV
  • ASTM D6158-99

Viscosity Cst @ 40 ◦C
Viscosity Cst @ 100 ◦C
Flash Point ◦C

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Lube Report 9 September 2015

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September 9, 2015
Volume 15 Issue 36

Lube Report

Global lubricant demand – including process oil and marine engine oil – is projected to grow about 1.5 percent per year to 42 million tons by 2019, up from just over 39 million tons in 2014, according to consultancy Kline & Co.

U.S. output of lubricant base oils rose 10 percent in the first six months of this year, versus the same period a year earlier, according to data released last week by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

Bulgarian lube maker Prista Oil is upgrading the blending technology at its Ruse lubricants blending plant in Bulgaria, and hopes to persuade others to do likewise.

U.S. quick lubes’ average yearly sales per store rose to $694,189 this year, up 1.6 percent from 2014, National Oil & Lube News reported.

Metalworking fluids maker Houghton International appointed Marcello Boldrini as its senior vice president and president of global metals, leading its specialty product lines for major metal industries.  Lambent Technologies – which manufactures and supplies oleochemical derivatives for lubricant and metalworking formulations – and Petroferm officially changed their names to Vantage Specialties Inc.

Base Oil Reports

U.S. Base Oil Price Report

As discussions were slowly starting to surface following the Labor Day holiday, news that Motiva would be lowering the price of two of its paraffinic oils nudged market players to sit up and take notice.–by Gabriela Wheeler

EMEA Base Oil Price Report

Base oil markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are idling, with neither sellers nor buyers knowing where the market is actually heading despite prices gradually sloping down.–by Ray Masson

SSY Base Oil Price Report

Parts of Europe have cooled substantially and certain trade lanes in Asia are fragile. U.S. markets are mostly robust, although there have even been a few cracks starting to appear there.–by Adrian Brown

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Monday, 7 September 2015

Lube Report 8 SEPTEMBER 2015

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September 8, 2015
Volume 2 Issue 36

Lube Report
Lube Report Asia Chinese

Dutch additive supplier BRB International is partnering with a Singapore engineering firm to build a viscosity index improver factory that will open next July.

Hi-Tech Lubricants Ltd., a Pakistani supplier of SK Lubricants’ Zic brand, is set to expand its share of the domestic market with a new blending plant and initial public offering.

Total Lubmarine, the marine lubricants arm of French energy giant Total, said its shipping activity in China’s Tianjin port has resumed following the area’s Aug. 12 explosion, yet is still subject to minor delays.

ExxonMobil and Tata Motors launched a range of co-branded lubricants offered for commercial vehicles.

Zhonghai Jinxiang Co. finished building a hydrotreater that will turn feedstock from a bitumen refinery into lubricating base oil. The facility, located in Luzhou city, Sichuan province, has capacity of 150,000 metric tons per year.  American Multi-Color Corp., which provides labeling for motor oil clients, has acquired Malaysia's Super Enterprise Holdings Bhd. (Super Label).  

Base Oil Reports

Asia Base Oil Price Report

Despite the ups and downs of crude oil prices, base oil values have generally dropped in Asia on bearish sentiment and a downbeat outlook. – by Gabriela Wheeler