Citing growth in sales in multiple markets of LSI’s performance additives and oils and custom lubricant solutions for industrial clients, Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI) has formed a new division, LSI Chemical.
The mission for LSI Chemical is to focus on Nano additive technology and development of base oils through product development, partnerships and acquisition opportunities, the company said in a statement announcing the new division.
New products planned by LSI Chemical, the company says, will incorporate the company’s Nano technology, colorless Nano particles, patented additives and surface treatment processes and Group V Esters/Group IV PAO to ensure no solubility issues and superior performance. LSI Chemical products will soon be introduced for a variety of industries and markets. The market focus will be additives and base oils for racing, engine, marine and industrial oils. For the diesel additive market, the focus will be on products for large trucking fleets, marine, mines and fuel jobbers around the world.
LSI Chemical President Todd Cawley, says, “With over 25 years’ experience in this highly technical industry, it is exciting to work for a company that is at the forefront of developing leading edge processes that will revolutionize how Nano technology is used in the fuel and oil additive industries. Our research and development is not cutting edge, but I would venture to say bleeding edge. Our additives will soon be a game changer that will improve products for many different industries and markets in the USA and around the world.”
LSI Chemical Vice President of Research and Development Kevin Adams adds, “LSI Chemical will utilize our state-of-the-art laboratory to test our additives in your existing formula(s) to find the perfect balance of performance and function. We will then provide you with results to sell and market an improved product with greater benefits. Our lab of scientists are easily accessible and available to help develop products that meet your needs, all in an easy, hassle-free process.”