About AMSOIL

HISTORY
As a jet fighter squadron commander, Lieutenant Colonel Albert J. Amatuzio had ample opportunity to witness synthetic lubricants in action. These oils are used exclusively in jet engines because of their extraordinary ability to reduce friction and wear on engine components, function dependably at severe temperature extremes and withstand rigorous and lengthy engine operation without chemical breakdown.

Recognizing these same benefits would prove invaluable in combustion engines, Amatuzio began conducting serious research in the early 1960s. He soon developed and sold commercially available synthetic oils under a variety of names. The true milestone came in 1972 when AMSOIL became the first synthetic motor oil in the world to meet American Petroleum Institute service requirements. It set all-new standards for motor oil quality and outperformed conventional petroleum motor oils on all counts. It was clear from the start this innovative product would play a major role in redefining the performance capabilities of modern machinery and engines.

Today, virtually every other motor oil manufacturer has recognized the superiority of synthetic lubricants and has followed the AMSOIL lead with introductions of synthetic motor oils of their own. Accept no substitutes – AMSOIL is The First in Synthetics®.

 

INDUSTRY FIRSTS:

10W-40 Synthetic Motor Oil
FIRST API-rated 100 percent synthetic motor oil.

FIRST “extended-drain” oil recommended for 25,000-mile/12-month drain intervals.

Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil
FIRST 100:1 pre-mix 2-cycle oil.

80W-90 Synthetic Gear Lube
FIRST synthetic gear lube for automotive use.

Synthetic Diesel Oil
FIRST synthetic motor oil for diesel engines.

20W-50 Synthetic Racing Oil
FIRST synthetic motor oil for racing engines.

Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid
FIRST synthetic automatic transmission fluid for automotive use.

Synthetic Marine Engine Oil
FIRST synthetic motor oil for marine engines.

10W-40 Synthetic Turbo Oil
FIRST synthetic motor oil for turbocharged engines.

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