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Welcome to the MAXOLINE website, welcome to MAXOLINE lubricating oil company, the lubricants specialists from the Netherlands.

Here you will find information about our business background, our mission, the company the address details, etc. In addition you will find information about our Product Line and the individual Product Data Sheets of our products.
In case of need you can print these Product Data Sheets, but you may also consider to load these down on to your PC for future reference.
For latest SDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) please feel free to ask. You can leave your request behind at this website.
We highly welcome any critics or comments for further improvements.

Contact Information

  • Maxoline

    • Fokkinkweg 19
    • Hengelo Bronckhorst (Gld)
    • 7255 AJ
    • Netherlands
    • T: +31 575 46 12 13
    • F: +31 575 74 18 01
    • E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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  • Silicone Oil 350 - 5224

    Silicone Oil 350 - 5224

    MAXOLINE high grade Silicone Oil 350 - 5224 is a 100% PDS (=Poly Dimethyl Siloxan), are insoluble in almost all petroleum systems. It is essntially a non-toxic product. To be applied/used for a wide range of applications: As a lubricating product, as a release agent, as an anti-foam agent, as mechanical fluid, in electronic equipment, etc.
  • Heat Transfer Fluid Maxtherm 21072

    Heat Transfer Fluid Maxtherm 21072

    Maxtherm 21072 is a Heat Transfer oil formulated from a specially selected solvent refined base oil and special additive package. The product is suitable for use as a heat transfer medium in closed circulating type heat transfer systems, which work with indirect heating and high temperatures (above 100 °C. Up to 300 °C the system will function without an inert type of gas. When the bulk oil temperature is between 300 °C and 320 °C there has to be a slight overpressure of an inert type of gas.

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