Product news: AMSOIL Synthetic Small-Engine Oil, Quaker Houghton HOCUT® 4260
Quaker Houghton receives Rolls Royce approval for HOCUT® 4260
Quaker Houghton, a global leader in industrial process fluids, announced that its product, HOCUT® 4260, has achieved Rolls Royce approval CSS129/131.
HOCUT® 4260 is multi-metal compatible and is recommended for machining applications including high speed milling, drilling and turning on a wide range of materials including aerospace aluminium alloys, composites, ferrous alloys, titanium and Inconel.
HOCUT® 4260 is one of the most important aerospace industry metalworking fluids holding approvals for Airbus, Bombardier, Dassault, SAFRAN Engines and SAFRAN Landing Gears.
For more information, visit https://home.quakerhoughton.com/.
AMSOIL introduces new 15W-50 Synthetic Small-Engine Oil
AMSOIL has introduced a new 15W-50 Synthetic Small-Engine Oil to better serve landscape professionals who rely on their equipment to make a living. New AMSOIL 15W-50 Synthetic Small-Engine Oil joins the SAE 5W-30, SAE 10W-30 and SAE 10W-40 viscosities in this commercial-grade product line.
Designed with small-engine dependability in mind, AMSOIL Synthetic Small-Engine Oil features a shear-stable, high-film-strength formulation that provides excellent wear protection. It is formulated with premium anti-wear additives that deliver continuous severe-service protection, helping reduce maintenance costs and maximise equipment life. It provides a thick lubricating film that does not thin out due to mechanical shear, resulting in a durable barrier that protects against metal-to-metal contact.
AMSOIL 15W-50 Synthetic Small-Engine Oil can be used in small engines found in, but not limited to, zero-turn, riding, stand-on and push mowers; generators; power washers; and other equipment requiring SAE 50, SAE 10W-50 or SAE 15W-50 motor oil. Superior, Wisconsin, U.S.A.-based lubricant manufacturer claims that the small-engine oil delivers outstanding protection for up to 200 hours, the longest original equipment manufacturer (OEM) oil-change recommendation.
For more information, visit http://www.AMSOIL.com.