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Eni has always been involved in the research and production of high performance lubricants for all types of engines; from the first synthetic oils more than thirty years ago to the current high quality products.
At a time of great technological specialization, in which the evolution of engines has led to the lubricant becoming a real component of the engine, the vast and diverse range of Eni lubricants is able to provide the right response to the lubrication needs of every engine and the needs of each user.
From motorcycle engines to the most sophisticated sports vehicles, from powerful diesel trucks to agricultural tractors, from electrical energy generation turbines to the giant engines for shipbuilding industry; for each application, there is always an Eni product able to ensure high performance, long oil change intervals, complete user satisfaction and environmental compatibility.
Eni’s lubricant formulations meet the various lubricating needs of all kinds of vehicles produced by manufacturers.
Eni's research and development provides continuous updates of the range of lubricants in order to guarantee products that are in line with the increasingly strict specifications of manufacturers, low SAPS formulating needs and an increased search for improved fuel economy.
Special Automotive Products
Eni does not only offer motor oils and transmission lubricants. In the automotive sector there are many other products for "accessory" applications but fundamental for the proper operation of every vehicle.
Antifreezes, brake fluids, chassis greases and many other special fluids are included in this product segment.
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)/ AdBlue®
DEF/ AdBlue® is a key product for all vehicles using SCR technology (Selective Catalytic Reduction), a technology that reduces toxic emissions, and particularly NoX. DEF/ AdBlue is made of a 32.5% solution of urea in deionized water, and is required by almost all heavy duty diesel vehicles (cars, trucks, buses and coaches) marketed after January 1st 2010, when the EPA mandated into force.
Some light vehicles have also been marketed in the past years requiring also AdBlue (Mercedes, Audi, Mazda, VW, etc..).
Purity of DEF/ AdBlue is essential and can only be guaranteed through a fully controlled supply chain, from production to storage. In fact, SCRs catalyst are extremely sensitive to contaminants and can suffer irreversible and costly damages if impure DEF/ AdBlue is used.
If damages have resulted from mishandling of DEF/ AdBlue, the vehicle's warranty might be invalidated by manufacturers.
Choosing Eni as your DEF/AdBlue supplier, be it in containers, IBC's or even bulk, you will definitely make the right choice.