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How Liqui Moly Lubricants are satisfying the increasing needs of consumers

A low viscosity is necessary for the minimising of wear and resultant fuel saving. For Liqui Moly, oil price is a high consideration and their two new gearbox oils which offer consumers highly determined usage applications, provide cost-effectiveness and performance value!

Mechanisation has progressed to an amazing degree and accordingly it has been necessary for the oils that protect and serve to follow the same development path. With its high-performance engine oil, Luqui Moly has accepted and met the new demands placed on them by commercial and industrial progress. This includes the aspect of gearbox oils which in the past were separately defined between the transmission and axle gearbox oils.

There are constantly changing and increasing needs of consumers in most markets and high on that list must be those related to applications requiring the treatment of specialized lubricants. A critical component of any vehicle is the gearbox and a Liqui Moly oil finder will help you discover what is so special about two new lubricants launched onto the market, designed to meet your particular and highly demanding requirements!

Combining user needs with Liqui Moly oil

Staying in the past eras, it was generally a case of the transmission gearbox oils only requiring standard lubricant additives. Contrastingly, the oils utilised for the axle demanded higher graded additives, due to the higher degree of pressure. It was a difference that is less common today due to the effective designing of the gearbox. However, it does entail ensuring that Liqui Moly motor oil combines the respective properties needed to interact with each other.

The tremendous technical advancements have made it necessary for producers Like Liqui Moly, to formulate new performance inherent additive combinations. At the same time, to retain competitiveness the Liqui Moly engine oil price must be kept market-related. It’s a development that is ongoing, as seen by the technical trend now being towards increasingly thinner oils. Comparably, past oil grading was, for example, SAE 85W-90 or 80W-90 and up to SAE 75W-90, whereas today it is seen as 75W or 75W-80.

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