opet Lubricants

Opet Fulltech-engine oils for those who prefer speed and pays special attention to every detail of their car.

Designed with a blend of high-quality base oils and additives, they demonstrate maximum performance even under the most extreme operating conditions of the vehicle. Thanks to a special formula, they work perfectly at low ambient temperatures, providing fuel economy and wear protection. Fulltech engine oils protect your engine at the maximum level, giving you the pleasure of driving your car.

Opet Fulllife is a series of engine oils formulated primarily for used vehicles to provide effective protection against wear throughout the life of the engine.

Opet Fullife is developed using quality base oils and additive packages.

Opet Fulllife is the rational choice with high quality.

Opet Fullmax is a series of engine oils designed for use in car engines that operate in mixed mode - both in the city and on the highway.

Fullmax engine oils, thanks to a specially selected composition of high-quality base oils and additives, providing maximum protection of the engine from wear during long driving on the road, as well as from the effects of high temperatures in the "start-stop" mode in the city.

Opet Fullmax - for responsible drivers.

Opet Fullpro is a series of engine oils for professionals who needs quality and efficiency throughout the life of the engine.

Opet Fullpro engine oils are developed using high quality base oils and additive packages, have been tested in the most severe operating conditions and approved by car manufacturers.

Opet Fullpro - professional oils for your business.

Opet Fullmaster is a series of engine oils developed for use in equipment operating under high loads and high speeds.

Opet Fullmaster engine oils are specially formulated for effective and long-term protection of heavy-duty vehicle engine parts for long-term use.

Opet Fullmaster - choice of experienced drivers.

Technical support

Engine Oils
As a general principle, mixing of oils with different properties and different brands is not appropriate. However, the decrease in oil was a variety of reasons and if it is necessary to complete the same viscosity and quality class can be added with other brand oils. It is recommended that the oil is completely drained and replaced with new oil at the most convenient time after the addition with another brand of oil. Hydraulic brake fluid at the same quality level can be mixed with each other regardless of brand.
In many respects, synthetic oils have superior properties than mineral oils. Long life is one of them. Compared to mineral oils, synthetic oils as a general principle it can be said to have the better extended oil drain intervals. However, the oil change intervals are determined by the vehicle manufacturers (OEMs) after a series of tests. Compliance with these oil change intervals is the best in terms of equipment health.
Synthetic oils are produced through very complex processes with advanced technology, it costs higher than mineral oils. That influences the price of the product.
Gear Oils
The Association of Automotive Engineers (SAE) classifies automotive gear oils according to their kinematic viscosity values ​​at 100 °C and their pumpability at low temperatures. For example, the SAE 80W-90 in an automotive gear oil '90' describes the kinematic viscosity of this gear oil at 100 °C. As this number increases oil thickens, if the number decreases oil thins. The kinematic viscosity of '90' gear oil at 100 °C is between 13.50 and 18.50 cST while the kinematic viscosity of '140' gear oil at 100 °C must be between 24.00 and 32.50 cST. The number to the left of W (Winter) determines the performance of gear oil at low temperatures. Pumping temperature of '80W' gear oil is -26 °C while pumping temperature of '75W' gear oil is -40 °C.
It is the API classification used for gear oils. Oil that contains additives to balance excessive pressure and pulsed load for hypoid gear type differentials running under heavy conditions and that fulfills MIL-L-2105 specifications. In GL-5, there are more overpressure additives and it is generally used under heavy work conditions. Unless otherwise specified, GL-5 should not be used in places where GL-4 is recommended. Because the sulphide in overpressure additive which is present excessively in GL-5 corrodes yellow metals.
Synthetic based oils are oils produced with chemical methods. They are produced to lubricate in applications where traditionally obtained mineral oils cannot be sufficient. Synthetic-based oils provide superior protection at higher temperatures than minerals, easier flow and pumpability at low temperatures , more stable film strength under extreme pressure and longer drain interval in difficult operating conditions.
Engine Oils
PETDER serves free of charge regardless of quantity and distance throughout Turkey with its waste engine oil collecting organization. Waste producers may contact PETDER as the Authorized Establishment through the website www.petder.org.tr, via e-mail atikyag@petder.org.tr or via telephone 0212-229 39 99 to gain information or to have waste oil they collected in accordance with principals of regulation collected. The collecting process is monitored on satellite with central planning and is conducted by vehicles appropriate to EU standards and trained staff.
To understand for certain whether motor oil has perished, the oil should be analyzed physically and chemically under laboratory conditions.
One of the duties of engine oil is to keep systems clean. A qualified engine oil incorporates soot particles in engine after separating them and prevent them from sticking on metal surfaces due to the detergent-dispersant additives in its content. It cleans soot particles adherent on metal surfaces with cleaning agent. Therefore, engine oil becomes dirty and its color turns black. If the motor oil is dirty, it is doing its job well.
Grease
Greases may leak during storage and base oil also tends to oscillate. The oil leakage rate will increase over time and will vary depending on the storage temperature. The grease should ideally be stored in a cool, dry interior and the ambient temperature should not exceed 30 °C and should not be less than 0 °C. The grease must be protected from dust, dirt, moisture or rainwater, and from direct sunlight.
With manual hand pump or air pump can be printed directly into the bearing. In systems with central automatic lubrication, the grease is filled into the central chamber, the pneumatic system greases the greasing points automatically with the specified intervals.
In terms of application of lubricating with oil where it is not possible to use grease especially in ball bearings.