Superior Performance in the Harshest Conditions

When It Comes to Selecting a Lubricant You Can Trust, You Get What You Pay For

With average under-the-hood operating temperatures steadily on the rise, today’s automotive engineers face steep challenges to meet performance standards. Inside our white paper, Maximizing Performance in Harsh Conditions: An In-Depth Automotive Lubricant Exploration, you'll see the data on how different classes of lubricants perform in extreme temperatures and harsh conditions and why PFPEs deliver the best value by extending vehicle service life, reducing recalls and warranty claims, and eliminating NVH and BSR.

Here are just a few areas where lubricants must provide superior, long-lasting, non-migrating lubrication:

  • Front-end accessory drive (FEAD) tensioners and idlers
  • Throttle body bearings
  • Fuel system emission control valves, and more

Some lubricants just can’t take the heat

An infographic that shows a comparison of temperature limits of various substances.

In test after test, perfluoropolyethers (PFPEs) outperformed other lubricants in a wide range of categories, from oxidative stability to toxicity. This white paper details the unique physical and chemical properties of PFPEs to show you exactly how they consistently deliver under the hood, while drastically reducing NVH/BSR in interior areas such as instrument panels, door trim, weather strips and seals, and more.

Download the white paper now to learn why high-performance PFPE lubricants deliver the highest value and the best driver experience.