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Base Oil

Base Oil

There are five specific categories of base oils. These categories
define the type of base stock the oil is formulated from.  Group
I, II, II+ and III type mineral base oil stocks are widely used in
combination with additive packages, performance packages,
ester and/or Group IV Polyalphaolefins in order to formulate semi
synthetic based lubricants. Group III base oils are sometimes
considered as synthetic but they are still classified as highest
top level mineral base stocks. A Synthetic or Synthesized material
is one that is produced by combining or building individual units
into a unified entry. Synthetic base stocks as described above are
man-made and tailored to have a controlled molecular structure with
predictable properties, unlike mineral base oils which are complex
mixtures of naturally occurring hydrocarbons.

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