Performance Additives




Soltex’s line of additives includes polymeric modifiers, tackifiers, dispersants, detergents, VII/PPD, anti-wear/EP, grease additives, antioxidants, food grade and packages for the lubricant market.


Detergency, dispersant properties, lowering pour point, superior corrosion prevention and performance value.

End Uses

Dispersants, bright stock replacement, greases, performance boosters, 2-stroke and 4-stroke engine additives, pour point depressants, tackifiers and viscosity modifiers.



Performance Additives


Wear protection is an important characteristic of a lubricant. With our Zinc based and ashless chemistries, Soltex anti-wear additives enable you to achieve excellent anti-wear performance.
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Antioxidants provide longevity to a lubricant and protects it from thermal and oxidative degradation. With our aminic and phenolic chemistries you can achieve superb oxidative stability to your lubricants.
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Bright Stock Replacement

BSR 30 is a polymeric based viscosity modifier developed for use in a wide range of high viscosity, industrial lubricants and as an alternative to 150 bright stock. The fact that 150 bright stock is not produced by the current processes that produce Group II and Group III base oils leads to concerns about its future availability    TDS | SDS


Detergents are additives designed to clean metal surfaces within an engine and prevent the build-up of deposits. The insoluble by-products of the combustion process are removed by the detergents in the lubricant. Soltex offers both overbased and neutral sulfonates to meet your needs.
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Dispersants help to prevent sludge, varnish and other deposits from forming on critical metal surfaces. They are used in automotive applications and also serve as an emulsifier in some industrial applications. Soltex’s PIBSI is made with a unique chlorine free process to provide superior dispersancy.
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Food Grade Additives

Soltex offers an extensive line of additives for various types of food grade lubricants. These include our corrosion inhibitors, anti-wear and EP additives, tackifiers and antioxidants for white oils, anti-wear and corrosion inhibitors for mineral oil based lubricants, and tackifiers and thickeners for white oil and vegetable oil based lubricants.
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Grease Additives

With years of experience and extensive testing, Soltex provides specialized grease additive components designed for automotive, industrial and commercial applications. Our high quality, yet cost effective additives can meet customer’s requirements for extreme pressure, corrosion inhibition, wear protection and extended grease life.
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Lubricant Additive Packages

At Soltex, we are experts at developing additive packages tailored to our customer’s unique product needs for crankcase, industrial and driveline products.
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Pour Point Dispersants

The pour point of a fuel or oil is the lowest temperature at which it will pour when cooled under defined conditions. In general, the pour point is indicative of the amount of wax in an oil. Pour point dispersants are used in most lubricant types, including crankcase engine oils, automatic and power transmission fluids, automotive gear oils, tractor fluids, hydraulic fluids, and circulating oils.
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Tackifiers increase the adhesive properties of a lubricant, preventing dripping and splashing during operation which helps to reduce operational cost and the risk of environmental contamination. Soltex’s tackifiers are a combination of high molecular weight polymers in selected mineral oils. By contributing significantly to lubricant retention, film thickness and surface adhesion, these additives help ensure hydrodynamic lubrication over a wide range of conditions and add an element of corrosion protection.
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Viscosity Modifiers

Viscosity index improvers are polymeric and are added to lubricants to reduce the degree of change in viscosity seen at high and low temperatures. Mineral oil lubricants become less effective at high temperatures because heat reduces their viscosity and film-forming ability. The traditional solution to this problem was to make seasonal oil changes in some applications. With the advent of viscosity improvers, that’s no longer necessary or desirable.
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