Not all Oils are Created Equal...Learn the AGCO Difference Sept 23, 2015 11:04:25 GMT -6
Post by Admin on Sept 23, 2015 11:04:25 GMT -6
Not all Oils are Created Equal and there are reasons why some oils are cheap and some cost more. It all starts with Crude Oil. There are several types of Crude Oil. AGCO uses the highest grade crudes to begin creating their Oils. Next is the refinement method. Some chose the less expensive solvent method to refine the crude and some use the more expensive Hydro-Cracking method to separate the Crudes. AGCO uses Hydro- Cracking to create their Base Oil, which are more Thermally Stable, Higher Viscosity, Lower Toxicity, Longer Life and cleaner. If you look closely at the picture above and you will see a bottle of AGCO, water clear base oil in front of the jugs. Next the correct additive package is selected to be blended with the Base Stock. There are several suppliers some major that sell on price and others that sell on proven performance and extensive testing. AGCO has chosen the supplier with over a Trillion Hours of Testing of their additive package. Next step is to blend the oil and there are two methods of blending...Batch blending which is similar to baking at home, pour it all in a vat and swirl it around just like a blender and mixing bowl and hope it gets the additives suspended in all the oil. The other method is computerize injection blending where the additives are injected into a warmed base oil as it travels thru a network of piping and pressure and heat insures that all base stock receives the same amount of additives. This method has better retention or suspension of the additives in the lubricant. As you can See AGCO does not cut any corners to create the best oil money can buy to insure you protection of your equipment.
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Here is an Example of the Additives that have settled out of Suspension...Look at the Circled Areas