SMT2 - The World's most advanced Synthetic Antifriction Lubricant Oil Additive

Applications of SMT2


SMT2 is formulated for use in all iron and steel (Fe) and combination of Fe-metals and other metal friction environments that involve:

  • Elevated temperature
  • High loads
  • Extreme pressure
  • High sliding speed and pressure
  • Lack of lubrication

SMT2 applications

  • Automotive - motor vehicles, motor sport, 4 wheel drives, campervans, heavy duty truck motors, standard transmissions, differentials, hubs, wheel bearings, automatic transmissions and power steering
  • Heavy Industrial and Manufacturing - mining, oil refining / drilling, paper making, steel mills, wind farms, plastic pipe extrusion etc.
  • Drills - taps, saws, milling cutters, and all machine cutting tools
  • Forestry - chainsaws, chain and bar and 2-stroke fuel
  • Pre-assembly lube (SMT2 contains no metals that can confuse oil analysis readings and affords greater protection to new metal surfaces)
  • Printing presses and bindery equipment.
  • Food industry – processing transmissions and equipment Commercial Marine - including diesel engines, transmissions, gear boxes, wrenches, and all friction applications
  • Military - M-16, 9 MM Pistols, M66 Grenade Launchers, and .50 Caliber Sniper Rifles
  • Weapons - shotguns, rifles, handguns and pistols
  • CNC coolants (controls and kills bacteria, fungus and mould)
  • Railroads - including diesel engine oil, transmissions, gear boxes, wheel bearings, and track
  • HVAC pumps

Will the use of SMT2 void warranties?


SMT2 meets or exceeds all OEM lubrication standards because it does NOT affect the pH of any fluid into which it is introduced. SMT2 is a pure concentrate metal treatment only.


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