Lubricants & Base Oil
Additives & Chemicals

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Lubricants & Base Oil

Trans Med has been in the forefront of oil business since 2007. With our carrier brand name Brighton, Trans Med envisioned to be an integrated lubricant manufacturer and supplier across the globe. Our primary markets are Middle East, South East Asia and African Region.


The lubricants are blended using virgin base oils and imported additives based on international standards.

  • Diesel Engine Oils
  • Petrol Engine Oil
  • Industrial Gear Oils
  • Automotive Gear Oil
  • Brake Fluid
  • Hydraulic System Oils
  • Turbine Oils
  • Antifreeze & Coolants
  • Transmission Fluids

Base Oils

  • Polyalphaolefin (PAO) – Synthetic Base Oil
  • PAOs are used in many synthetic products such as lubricants, greases and fluids, and have emerged as essential components in many industries and applications.

  • Virgin Base Oil
  • Group I Base Oils: which are also known as conventional oils, with the majority of hydraulic and bearing lubricants being made using an API Group I stock. Group I main advantage is their high solvency, this means that they have a high tolerance to degradation by-products, which allows for the life of a lubricant to be extended. Group II Base Oils: which have a high level of purity and are found in all modern conventional petroleum oils. Over the years due to API services requirements becoming stricter, the quality of these oils has steadily improved. Due to the higher level of purity this base stock gives lubricants a longer service life.

  • Recycled Base Oil
  • As base oils get used, they become contaminated which will hinder their efficiency and sometimes even negatively affect the systems they are applied in. Recycled or re-refined base oils are made by purifying used lubricants, cleaning out any particulate and soluble matter. They do possess the typical parameters of their stock product and are therefore used for lubricants and additives production.

Additives & Chemicals

Oil additives are chemical compounds that improve the lubricant performance of base oil. Oil additives are vital for the proper lubrication and prolonged use of motor oil in modern internal combustion engines. Some of the most important additives include those used for viscosity and lubricity, contaminant control, for the control of chemical breakdown, and for seal conditioning. Some additives permit lubricants to perform under severe conditions, such as extreme pressures and temperatures and high levels of contamination.

  • TBN 300
  • TBN 400
  • PPD
  • ZDDP
  • Turbine Oil Additive
  • Sulfurized Isobutylene
  • Gear Oil Additive
  • Viscosity Index Improver
  • Engine Oil Additive
  • Olefin Co-polymer
  • Antifoam Additive
  • Hydraulic Oil Additive
  • Molybdenum Dialkyldithiophoshate
  • Anti-wear Hydraulic Additive

Chemicals - A broad class of substances containing carbon and its derivatives. Many of these chemicals will frequently contain hydrogen with or without oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, and other elements. They exist in either carbon chain or carbon ring form. Some of the many everyday items that depend upon chemical solvents include adhesives, surface coatings, inks and cleaning agents.

  • Alcohols
  • Organic Chemicals
  • Organic Solvents
  • Polyalkohols
  • Synthetic Rubbers
  • Chlorinated Solvents
  • Inorganic Chemicals
  • Plastic
  • Vegetable Oil & Animal Fats