Low Viscosity Base Oils

Product Line Overview

Our Pilot® range is one of the market-leading brands in speciality base oils, with each oil defined for specific performance characteristics.

 

The Low Viscosity Base Oil Product Range

These oils are narrow cut, low viscosity oils used by manufacturers to produce a wide variety of specialist products including lubricants, metalworking fluids, silicone sealants, plasticisers and water treatment products. Other industries use them in construction, for processing paper and as extender oils.

Each Pilot® oil is produced from specifically selected feedstocks using precise refining processes. This gives our customers the essential combination of characteristics they need for particular applications.

The design of these oils involves the cross-matching of key parameters to deliver the exacting performance requirements for our customers. The oils allow you to choose options to meet most industrial criteria, such as environmental and occupational considerations, solvency, viscosity range and extreme temperature performance, and exhibit the excellent boiling curve characteristics associated with straight run oil fractions.

Pilot® oils provide a broad choice for the formulator including low aromatic contents, high flash points, iso-dewaxed and with good solvency characteristics for use with high concentration additive packages.

Contact

René Tessmann

Senior Vice President, Business Unit Industrial 
E-Mail: rtessmann@h-c-s-group.com

Sales Contacts

Jan Boerrigter

Pilot Oil Sales 
Phone: +31 546621055
Mobile: + 31 620449092
E-Mail: jboerrigter@h-c-s-group.com

Timo Parlowski

Commercial Manager North America
Phone: +1 (281) 331 8219 161
Mobile: +1 347 809 3738
Email: tparlowski@h-c-s-group.com

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