Single Source Lubes Is Coming Up With Compressor Oils

Surrey, BC Canada (PressExposure) February 14, 2011 -- Based in Western Canada, Single Source Lubes is a well known company. It has obtained leadership positions in the field of specialized lubricants, metalworking fluids, fire resistant fluids, aerosols, compressor fluids, gear oils, fire resistant fluids, compressor oils and greases.

Single Source Lubes offer both industrial grade lubricants as well as food grade lubricants. They are capable of fulfilling all the lubricants need of customer with their 75,000 liters of specialty lubricants with over, 400 different packaged products.

Houghton and JAX are their full line distributors, in which Haughton is the manufacturer of specialty chemicals, oils and lubricants for the metal working, automotive and steel industries and JAX is an industry leaders in food grade, industrial and synthetic lubricants for machinery and process equipment. Haughton and JAX are capable of fulfilling all your lubrication needs of customer throughout Yukon, Saskatchewan, Albertan and British Columbia. One of the popular JAX food grade greases is Magna - Plate 8 (CFIA N/NSF H1), it possesses an outstanding water resistance and lubrication properties. Houghton has offered hundreds of solutions for industry and is the foremost provider of coolants, lubricants, cleaners, hydraulic fluid, quenchants, forming compounds, conversion coatings and other industrial fluids. Here the Aquashield grease provides wide ranging application from boat trailers to steel mills.

Single Source Lubes exceeds customer expectation with their high quality lubricants and best technical support with honest answers to all queries.

About Singlesource

Based in Surrey BC, the company has been in business for more than 15 years and serving its customers in a very professional way. It is now distributing high quality compressor oils and is a leader in the field of lubrication technology.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 14, 2011 at 12:41 am
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