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What Every Lubricant Must Do

Though the ability to minimize friction is the number one function of a lubricant , there are other major functions that must be considered. Here are some of the basics without getting to technical. A lubricant is likely to be also required to:

Clean - A lubricant must maintain internal cleanliness by suspending contaminants from adhering to components.

Cool Moving Elements - Reducing friction will reduce the amount of heat that is generated and lower the operating temperature of the components. A lubricant must also absorb heat from components and transfer it to a location where it can be safely dissipated.

Prevent Contamination - The lubricant should act as a dynamic seal in locations such as the piston, piston ring and cylinder contact areas. This minimizes contamination by combustion byproducts (for example) in the lubricating system. Lubricants are also relied upon to support mechanical seals found elsewhere and to minimize external contamination and fluid loss.

Dampen Shock - The lubricant may be required to cushion the blows of mechanical shock. A lubricant film can absorb and dispense energy spikes over a broader contact area.

Transfer Energy - A lubricant may be required to act as an energy transfer median as in the case of hydraulic equipment or lifters in an automotive engine.

Prevent Corrosion - A lubricant must also have the ability to prevent or minimize internal component corrosion. This can be accomplished either by chemically neutralizing the corrosive products or by setting up a barrier between the components and the corrosive material.

AMS OIL is the undisputed leader in synthetics.............

Since 1972, AMSOIL Synthetics have proven to be the BEST. AMSOIL also engineers and manufactures Super Duty Oil filters which have a 12,500 mile service life as well as specialized filtration systems for commercial and fleet applications in cars and light, medium and heavy trucks which can filter particles down to less than one micron ( a standard full flow oil filter can only filter to 20-25 microns with any degree of efficiency) making oil changes virtually unnecessary and virtually eliminating engine wear. These filters have been proven by millions of miles of over-the road trucks, construction equipment and fleet service.

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  • Provides up to two-times the wear protection of other motor oils.
  • Increases the life of your vehicle.
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  • Diesel oil and filtration products designed to deliver 1,000,000 miles for over-the-road trucks before engine overhaul.
  • Used by many national racing teams, fleets, police departments, construction firms and trucking companies.




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