Oils for Superior Longevity and Profitability
1972, AMSOIL INC. introduced AMSOIL Synthetic 10W-40
Motor Oil and became the first company in the world
to market and manufacture an American Petroleum Institute
(API) rated synthetic motor oil. In 1975, AMSOIL introduced
a synthetic diesel oil, and with it, coined the term
"extended drain intervals."
Since then, AMSOIL synthetic diesel
oils have been used as extended drain lubricants in
transportation, equipment and stationary engine applications.
In every industry, they have proven effective in improving
engine durability and fuel economy. AMSOIL customers
report significant savings realized through reductions
in downtime, parts replacement, lubricant replacement,
lubricant disposal and fuel consumption. Fleet demonstrations
and independent testing confirm what AMSOIL customers
report: using AMSOIL synthetic diesel oils saves money.
AMSOIL synthetic lubricants have a long service life.
Non-synthetic lubes can break down from oxidation
and heat. When that happens, they sludge-up, form
deposits and have to be changed. AMSOIL lubricants
resist breakdowns, so they stay intact and run clean.
The resistance to heat and oxidation prolongs the
service life of AMSOIL synthetic lubricants, significantly
extending drain intervals.
Temperature Fluidity/High Temperature Stability:
AMSOIL synthetic lubricants resist the effects of
heat and cold far better than nonsynthetic lubricants.
AMSOIL synthetics will make the difference when starting
an engine that's cold, and cooling an engine that's
and Corrosion Protection:
AMSOIL contains special additives to prevent rust
and corrosion - a vital factor for equipment that
sits idle or is stored for part of the year.
AMSOIL synthetic lubricants are "super-slippery."
They are extremely effective in reducing friction
and drag between moving parts, resulting in reduced
wear, more efficient operation and better fuel economy.
For Most Applications:
In most cases, AMSOIL synthetic lubricants eliminate
the need for specialty lubes. AMSOIL products meet
or exceed the performance specifications of a wide
variety of farm machinery.
Dunn, Richfield, KS
I started using AMSOIL in the spring of 1983.Using
AMSOIL SAE 30 Diesel Oil and the AMSOIL By-Pass Oil
Filter, we run 900 hours between oil changes on the
160 HP Case and 700 hours in our 120 HP Deutz Allis
air-cooled. I use the AMSOIL 20W-50 Synthetic Oil
in my Massey 510 combine on a two-year oil change
schedule. I am very pleased I was introduced to AMSOIL
Isaac, Hooker, OK
I use AMSOIL Synthetic Engine Oil, Synthetic Multi-Purpose
Hydraulic Fluid and the AMSOIL 80W-90 Synthetic Gear
Lube in my two Deere tractors, my 855 Steiger and
my N6 Allis combine. I also use the AMSOIL By-Pass
Oil Filters and change oil once a year. Our farm uses
nothing but AMSOIL and we are happy with the results.
There is a large difference in performance between
petroleum oil and AMSOIL, as well as a lot of money
and time saved.
Bowker, Richfield, KS
I started using AMSOIL in 1975,and right off I could
see the difference, so I put it in everything on the
farm. I use AMSOIL 10W-40 Synthetic Oil in my six
tractors - three Internationals and three John Deeres
- and in my Massey combine. We use the AMSOIL 15W-40
in our two semis, a Mack and a Detroit engine, along
with the related AMSOIL Synthetic Lubes in the transmissions
and differentials. AMSOIL 75W-90 Gear Lube is in the
irrigation gear heads and this has lowered the fluid
temperatures considerably. We are 100%AMSOIL and plan
on staying that way.
Patterson, Copeland, KS
One of our irrigation engines runs all year with no
oil change using AMSOIL and AMSOIL By-Pass Oil Filter.
AMSOIL 75W-90 Synthetic Gear Lube is used in the gear
heads on a five-year change period. My records show
that I 'm saving 58 cents on the dollar on lube cost
between the cost of AMSOIL and petroleum lubes.
and Rock Ormiston, Kismet, KS
We have been using AMSOIL totally since 1974.We farm
separately but do, on occasion, interchange some machinery.
Between us we have four large 4-wheel drive John Deere
tractors from 200 to 400HP. We use AMSOIL in all the
tractors and the combine, and the AMSOIL By-Pass Filters,
too. We change oil once a year in the early spring.
We have not figured our real savings by using AMSOIL,
but for sure it 's a strong 50 cents on the dollar
over petroleum oil, and saving a lot of labor on very
little downtime. There is no way we could afford to
go back to petroleum, even if it was given to us free.