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Royal Purple’s New Lubricant Product Line

06/20/2014 @ 1:30pm

Royal Purple, a premium synthetic lubricant manufacturer, announced a new commercial lubricant product line called Duralec. The new line of high-performance lubricants was developed for over-the-road trucking and ag equipment.

Duralec products include heavy-duty motor oils, transmission fluids, gear oil, multi-purpose grease, coolant additive, tractor fluids, hydraulic fluids, and diesel additives. Some of the new products include:

    • Duralec Super (5W-30, 5W-40, 10W-30, 15W-40)
      Duralec Super motor oils are high performance synthetic engine oils. They are made for EPA 2007 and 2010 emissions equipped diesel engines requiring the use of emissions compliant oil. This product is formulated to maximize component life, extend drain intervals, and improve fuel performance. The synthetic formulation has high temperature breakdown resistance.
    • Duralec Ultra (10W-30, 15W-40)
      Fortified with a high level of zinc/phosphorus anti-wear additive and Royal Purple’s additive technology Synerlec, Duralec Ultra is formulated to maximize performance and meet the demands of today’s heavy-duty engines. The lubricant is recommended for use in two- and four-cycle diesel applications.
    • Duralec ATF
      Royal Purple’s Duralec ATF is a synthetic high-performance automatic transmission fluid formulated for demanding operating conditions. The low coefficient of friction and high film strength of Duralec ATF helps to dramatically reduce heat and wear.
    • Duralec MTF (MTF 10, MTF 30, MTF 50)
      Duralec manual transmission fluid (MTF) is a blend of premium mineral and synthetic lubricants. The fluid provides improved friction performance with metallic and non metallic friction materials found in today’s powershift transmissions.

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