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20.08.2010

ExxonMobil Chemical Introduces SpectraSyn Elite Metallocene Polyalphaolefin basestock

ExxonMobil Chemical announced today the introduction of SpectraSyn Elite™ metallocene polyalphaolefin (mPAO) basestock, its latest high-performance, high-viscosity polyalphaolefin (PAO).

“SpectraSyn Elite™ mPAO basestock represents an innovative extension of ExxonMobil Chemical’s metallocene technology to our synthetics portfolio.”

SpectraSyn Elite™ mPAO basestock offers improved performance characteristics versus conventional PAO, enabling the flexibility to develop finished lubricants with improved shear stability, viscosity index (VI) and low-temperature performance. Together, these properties address formulators’ lubrication challenges, particularly in industrial applications.

“SpectraSyn Elite™ mPAO basestock represents an innovative extension of ExxonMobil Chemical’s metallocene technology to our synthetics portfolio,” said Habib Quazi, Synthetics Global Vice President. “Adding new metallocene Hi-Vis PAO supply capability to our existing conventional PAO capacity demonstrates our technology leadership and commitment to deliver advanced synthetic basestock fluids to our customers.”

ExxonMobil Chemical is the world’s largest PAO producer and offers the broadest range of high-performance PAO fluids. The company's SpectraSynTM PAO basestocks range from 2 cSt to 1,000 cSt and are part of a comprehensive synthetics basestocks portfolio that includes SynessticTM Alkylated Naphthalene basestocks and EsterexTM Esters.

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