Bright Stock
Bright Stock or BS is defined as a base oil at the upper end of the specifications for Grade I base oils. They are mainly used in lubricant and lubricant additive production. It is a Group I base oil which has undergone solvent refining and dewaxing processes. To finish the refining it was hydrogen treated to clear out any impurities.

Rubber Process Oil (RPO) used during the processing and production rubber compound. Depending on type of rubber and the end product application various types are selected in comprehensive range of naphtenic, paraffinic and aromatic rubber processing oils meeting the specific requirement of rubber industries.

Slack wax
Slack waxes are minimally refined high oil products and widely used in the production of wax emulsions, candles, rust protective products and moisture vapor barriers.

Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) is produced from ethylene, via the intermediate ethylene oxide. Odorless, colorless liquid that is fully miscible with water and wide range of organic liquids. MEG is primarily used in antifreeze, Heat transfer fluids ,etc.

Butyl tri glycol ether (BTG) is a clear, colorless liquid with a mild odor. It is miscible in water and has low volatility The main use of BTG is as component of the base blend used in the manufacture of hydraulic oils, especially brake fluids. Also BTG is a solvent for oils, gums, soaps, and grease so is a component found in many industrial and household cleaners.