Vapro Lubricant utilise the latest innovation and research and development to enhance our quality and technological properties of our lubricants. This is always accomplished with the continuous support from the experts and international lubrication additives manufacturers.
Our Lubricants meets international standards and specifications:
- Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
- American Petroleum Institute (API)
- International Lubricant Standardization and Approval Committee (ILSAC)
- Association des Constructeurs Europeens d’Automobiles (ACEA)
- Japanese Automotive Standards Organization (JASO)
- American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
Vapro Lubricant use Group 3 base oils for high-performance engine oils and industrial lubricants. Group 3 base stocks have high oxidation stability, low evaporation, excellent low temperature fluidity and extremely low sulphur content.
New emission legislation is driver for using better base oils. Latest catalytic converter technologies allow less impurity and therefore better engine lubricants are needed. Conventional mineral oil based lubricants do not full-fill the latest specifications and Group 3 base oils are replacing them in high-performance lubricants.
Group 3 is high quality base oils manufactured from a unique feedstock by using a proprietary hydrotreatment and wax isomerisation process, and hydrofinished to a colourless liquid. These base oils are highly isoparaffinic and exhibit a very high viscosity index as well as superior low-temperature performance. Both have an excellent viscosity-volatility relationship.
Vapro Lubricant use Group IV base oils, polyalphaolefins for high performance engine oils and idustrial. These base oils are made through a procedure called synthesizing. They have a lot more temperature run and incredible abilities for use in outrageous cold conditions and high warmth apps.
Group V base oils are delegated all other base oils, including silicone, PAG, polyolester and so on. These base oils are now and again blended with other base stocks to upgrade the oil’s properties. A precedent would be a PAO-based blower oil that is mixed with a polyolester. Esters are regular Group V base oils utilized in various ointment definitions to enhance the properties of the current base oil. Ester oils can take more maltreatment at higher temperatures and will give better detergency analysed than a PAO synthetic base oil, which thus expands the hours of utilization.
Development of New Additives
New additives are developed to meet changes in engine design, environmental legislation or OEM requirements. For example, advanced lubricant additives can help to improve fuel efficiency and to reduce CO2 emissions from cars and commercial vehicles by reducing friction. To prolong the lifetime and maintain the efficiency of exhaust car emission reduction devices, some modern engine oils are Low SAPS (Sulfated Ash, Phosphorus and Sulfur). New additives have been developed which maintain the functionality and engine protection while reducing the amount of conventional metallo-organic active additive components. To ensure additive formulations meet these requirements, new or existing engine tests, testing of physical characteristics or performance properties are prescribed by industry bodies (e.g. ACEA) and OEMs.
Vapro CTPLE™ Additive Technology
Vapro develop Vapro CTPLE™ unique additive with support of experts and international lubricant additive manufacturer. Vapro CTPLE™ is unique lubricant additive components for a challenging problem. Vapro CTPLE™ unique lubricant additive developed to Clean, Treat, Protect and reduce CO2 emission. Vapro CTPLE™ provides proven durability and protection for engines and after treatment systems. Vapro produce high performance lubricant with Vapro CTPLE™ additive. They are developed on technology platforms which enhance modern technologies and are proven to work in all types of oils and specialty lubricants.
ZDDP (Zinc dialkyldithiophosphates)
Zinc dialkyldithiophosphates (ZDDP) is an extreme pressure additives provide functionality in lubricant formulations to reduce wear and extend equipment life. Also used for additional protection under extreme-pressure conditions or in heavy duty performance situations. Also acts as a corrosion inhibitor and antioxidant. Excellent anti-wear additive to prevent metal-to-metal contact.
TCP (Tricresyl phosphate)
Tricresyl phosphate (TCP) is used as an excellent Anti-Wear and Extreme Pressure Additive for high-temperature operations.
Polarized Oil Additive
Vapro Lubricant uses Polarized Oil Additive technology combined with synthetic components resulting in a concentrated oil that is compatible with all conventional lubricants. The result is an Polarized oil additive that is specially formulated to protect and prolong the life of the engine without affecting the viscosity and to restore the lost efficiency of the engine.
Vapro Lubricant Polarized Oil Additive technology is completely inert relative to all modern engines and their respective lubricants and will not affect filter performance. Polarized Oil additive technology creates a microscopic electrochemical layer without the introduction of solid particles.
Surface Protective Additives
- Reduce friction and wear, and prevent scoring and seizure
- Prevent corrosion and rusting of metal parts in contact with the lubricant
- Keep surfaces free of deposits and neutralize corrosive acids
- Keep insoluble soot dispersed in the lubricant
- Alter coefficient of friction
- Enable lubricant to flow at low temperatures
- Swell elastomeric seals
- Reduce the rate of viscosity change with temperature
Lubricant Protective Additives
- Prevent lubricant from forming a persistent foam
- Retard oxidative decomposition
- Reduce catalytic effect of metals on oxidation rate