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Synfilm® is Royal Purple's best-selling industrial lubricant and is recommended for use in air compressors, pumps, steam turbines, bearings, gears, air tools, etc.
Synfilm® is a clean, dry, long life, high film strength, energy efficient, synthetic lubricant that significantly increases bearing life and equipment reliability.

Synfilm® rapidly and completely separates from water and provides excellent protection against rust and corrosion. Synfilm® users experience lower operating temperatures, reduced bearing vibrations, extended oil drain intervals and longer equipment life.

Synfilm® gains its performance advantage over competing mineral and synthetic oils through its superior blend of synthetic base oils plus Royal Purple's proprietary Synerlec® additive technology. This unique additive technology is proven to make equipment run smoother, cooler, quieter, longer and more efficiently.

Synfilm® typically replaces conventional, low film strength, R & O (rust and oxidation inhibited) oils that rely solely on their viscosity to protect equipment against wear.

Find out more: See the PS & MSDS (Product Sheets and Material Safety Data Sheets)

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"It occurred to us that we've yet to run a test with Royal Purple® oil that didn't result in a power gain—it might be a marginal gain (as with our little Acura Integra), but it's a gain.
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