Right Oil for the Right Car
At Dennison Lubricants, we are more than just a supplier. We are business consultants to help you select the right oil for the right car. There are many Automotive and Transmission specifications that can be confusing. Our expert sales forces has decades of experience ready to provide assistance.
Serving all of New England
From Aroostook County Maine to Fairfield County Connecticut, Dennison Lubricants serves ALL of New England. We provide the quality lubricants you need, when you need them, and where you need them.
Automotive Business Partners
Since 1987, we have proudly supplied the following areas of business with premium lubricants.
- Tire Dealers
- Car Dealerships
- Quick Lubes
- Independent Repair Facilities
- Gas Stations
- Taxi Fleets
- Auto Parts
- And More!
Switch to Synthetic!
With advancements in research and development, scientists have been able to change the molecules in motor oil to help enhance performance and longevity of engines. Over 70% of new cars today require synthetic motor oil, and that number continues to increase. The average mix of conventional to synthetic oil used in automotive industries is 42%(NOLN). Thinking about making the switch to Pennzoil Platinum the number one motor in the world? For a limited time we are offering a Platinum Package, a truly unique business opportunity. Click here to request more information about the Platinum Package!
GF-6, What will this change mean for your Business?
In the first quarter of 2018, GF-6 is going to replace the current standard of GF-5 Oils. This new standard will result in better fuel economy and economy retention, improved emission system compatibility, better worldwide engine protection, and more.
There will be two separate specifications within GF-6. GF-6A will have the existing ILSAC viscosity grades, and GF-6B will be viscosity grades SAExW-16 and below.
Our trained professionals have all the information you need to know for this important industry change!
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