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Polyalphaolefin plus  

SpectraSyn Plus™ polyalphaolefins (PAO) provide an unsurpassed combination of volatility and low-temperature fluidity (Noack and CCS viscosity) relative to conventional PAO.

Benefits

  • Extended drain intervals
  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Enhanced wear protection
  • Wide range of operating temperatures
  • Cost-effective low-temperature and volatility performance when blended with mineral oils
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Products

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    SpectraSyn Plus™ Advanced 4 cSt PAO

    Provides an unmatched combination of low volatility and low-temperature fluidity. Viscosity, Noack and Cold Cranking Simulator characteristics support the choice of SpectraSyn Plus for a wide range of automotive applications.

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    SpectraSyn Plus™ Advanced 3.6 cSt PAO

    Offers the same benefits in low-viscosity PAO. Ideal for high-performance, low-temperature applications, such as in greases and driveline fluids.

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    SpectraSyn Plus™ Advanced 6 cSt PAO

    Delivers improvement in volatility for 6 cSt PAO and is better suited to automotive and industrial applications that require good low-temperature and low-volatility performance.

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    Whitepaper: Why sacrifice wear protection for energy efficiency?

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