When selecting the appropriate dispersant for your lubricant formulation, several factors come into play. The dispersant must be compatible with other components in the lubricant, have a high thermal stability, and provide excellent dispersion of contaminants over a range of operating conditions. 

making lube last longer

In the lubrication of moving parts, there are often byproducts created through physical wear or high-temperature oxidation. The buildup of these particulates (carbonaceous and metallic) is a fundamental way the lubricant loses its uniformity and effectiveness. 

Additionally, water in the atmosphere can be absorbed by the lubricating oil and create undesirable foaming or instigate corrosion. The presence of Texalene™ Dispersants impact both phenomena - to lower the negative impacts on the lubricant to maintain friction-reducing properties. In doing so, the life of the lubricating fluid is extended. 

Texalene™ 6315
  • organic, ashless
  • suspends polar compounds
  • prevents fouling critical surfaces
  • provides tangential detergency benefits
increase efficiency and reduce friction
mobility lubricity improvers for fuels

Lubricity improvers are used in fuel to avoid excessive wear on fuel pumps and injectors. The use of lubricity improvers is increasing, driven by highly refined fuels to improve fuel efficiency and reduce friction. Tighter design tolerances drive the need for the prevention of deposits and optimization of ignition timing, maximizing the fuel efficiency of the modern computer-controlled engine. Texalene™ 74 Series offers organic, ashless chemistry that helps extend maintenance intervals and engine life which reduces the environmental impact of servicing combustion engines.

lubricity improvers for fuels