Base oil is used to manufacture products including lubricating greases,motor oil and metal processing fluids.
Different products require different compositions and properties in the oil. One of the most important factors
is the liquid’s viscosity at various temperatures.

Whether or not a crude oil is suitable to be made into a base oil is determined by the concentration of base oil molecules as well as how easily these can be extracted.
In 1993, the American Petroleum Institute (API), categorized base oil into five main groups.
This breakdown is based on the refining method and the base oil’s properties in terms of, among other things, viscosity and the proportion of saturates and sulfur content.

In business we categorized base oil in two main group:


Virgin base oil at upper end of the specifications for Grade I base oils which has undergone solvent refining and dewaxing processes. It offers broad blending coverage with performance capabilities in a broad range of lubricant applications including marine, automotive and industrial applications.



This product refers to taking used oil and running it through a filtration system to remove any insoluble impurities. it can provide great environmental benefits. Automotive oil recycling involves the recycling of used oils and the creation of new products from the recycled oils, and includes the recycling of motor oil and hydraulic oil. 

Oil recycling also benefits the environment. increased opportunities for consumers to recycle oil lessens the likelihood of used oil being dumped on lands and in waterways. For example, one gallon of motor oil dumped into waterways has the potential to pollute one million gallons of water. It is available in different grade as below:


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