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Consists of a wide range of petroleum-based products. Every products is formulated and tested with exact precision at ARMEX Lubricants state-of-the art laboratory to ensure the highest quality and standards.

Our well-equipped research facilities provide a conducive environment for our team of expert engineers to constantly develop new and improved formulas.

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Transformer Oil

Transformer oil or insulating oil, is a specialized type of petroleum-based product that is used in electrical transformers and other high-voltage equipment. It serves as an insulating and cooling medium, ensuring the efficient and safe operation of these devices.

Transformer oil derived from crude oil and undergoes a refining process to remove impurities and improve its insulating properties. It consists mainly of hydrocarbons (naphthenic and paraffinic compounds), with a molecular structure similar to mineral oil.

Functions of transformer oil

  • Electrical Insulation

  • Heat Dissipation

  • Arc Quenching

  • Contamination Control


Automotive lubricants are designed to reduce friction and wear between moving parts in automotive engines, transmissions, and other mechanical systems. They are essential for the proper functioning and longevity of vehicles by providing lubrication, cooling, and protection against corrosion and contamination.

Types of Automotive Lubricants

  • Engine Oil

  • Transmission Fluid

  • Gear Oil

  • Hydraulic Fluid

  • Greases


Marine lubricants are specifically formulated for use in marine engines, machinery, and equipment. They are designed to provide effective lubrication and protection against wear, corrosion, and other operational challenges encountered in marine environments.

Types of Marine Lubricants

  • Marine Engine Oils

  • Marine Gear Oils

  • Stern Tube Lubricants

  • Hydraulic Fluids

  • Wire Rope Lubricants


Industrial lubricants are designed for use in various industrial applications and machinery. They are formulated to reduce friction, minimize wear, and provide protection against corrosion and contamination in industrial equipment.

Types of Industrial Lubricants

  • Industrial Gear Oils

  • Hydraulic Fluids

  • Compressor Oils

  • Turbine Oils

  • Metalworking Fluids


Specialty lubricants are formulated for unique or specialized applications where standard lubricants may not meet the requirements. These lubricants are designed to provide exceptional performance and address specific challenges in various industries and applications.

Types of Specialty Lubricants

  • High-Temperature Lubricants

  • Food-Grade Lubricants

  • Synthetic Lubricants

  • Electrical Contact Lubricants

  • Chain Lubricants

  • Anti-Seize Compounds


Greases are petroleum-based lubricants that have a semi-solid consistency. They are composed of a base oil and a thickening agent, usually a metallic soap, which gives greases their characteristic structure. Greases are formulated to provide long-lasting lubrication, adhesion to surfaces, and protection against contaminants, making them suitable for various applications.

Components of Greases

  • Base Oil

  • Thickening Agent

  • Additives